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What to do if I have a sore throat that then caused there heart to swell?

? You know, that just doesn't really make much sense to me. What makes you think your sore throat affected your heart? and how do you know that your heart "swelled"? Read more...

Why is heart burn giving me a sore throat sometimes?

Acid reflux. Backflow of stomach contents (not just acid) comes up the esophagus, and irritates the tissues of the throat; can cause hoarseness, chronic cough, throat clearing, as well as vocal cord problems, such as nodules, granulomas, etc. See md for lifestyle and medical rx. Avoid fried, greasy, fatty foods, alcohol, coffee, peppermint, large meals, lying down after eating. Elevate head of bed at night. Read more...

I've been diagnosed with GERD. I get heart burns, sore throats and a lot of nausea but I'm not sensitive to acidic foods could it be a misdiagnosis?

DGL is used to. help with acid reflux and is safe. If you take licorice that is not DGL, over time it can raise your blood pressure. Please consult w/your doc. Peace and good health. Acidic-FORMING foods once inside the body are not the same as what they appear to be before we eat them. Search for acidic-FORMING foods. Read more...

Sore throat on left side near collar on and off for weeks. Feels like mucus there. Heart palps randomly in past months. Could it be thyroid?

It might be/ Thyroiditis, an inflammation of the thyroid can cause tenderness and some aleve (naproxen) twice daily or ibuprofen (advil) two tablets three times a day of you have no known'ulcers or allergies or kidney problems could help. I would see a physician to examine your throat, neck, lymph nodes and thyroid and check a basic blood count and thyroid levels (if exam indicates). A primary care or ENT physician. Read more...

My 15 yr son has a sore throat, heavy eyes, temp is 99.5f and his heart rate is in the 90-100. Should I be worried about this or will it pass.

Pharyngitis/tonsils. While most cases of acute pharyngitis are simple viral infections which resolve on their own, there are other considerations which include strep infection, mononucleosis, and tonsillitis. He needs a throat swab. Untreated strep, in particular, can lead to abscess, rheumatic fever, and glomerulonephritis. A simple throat swab will resolve this question. Read more...