Throat pain when swallowing after endoscopy. Normal?

Post procedure . Yes, it would be relatively normal to have a sore throat with swallowing after an endoscopy. This should resolve in 2-3 days. If it persists or worsens beyond 7 to 10 days, then you should contact the Doctor who did the procedure for his or her opinion.

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