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Can throbbing feeling in throat be related to gerd?

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Dr. Daniel Wiener
Surgery - Thoracic

In brief: Maybe

One of the "atypical" symptoms of gerd is something called "globus" which is the feeling of a lump in the throat.
Some people describe this as a throbbing. It is often associated with other "atypical" features such as hoarseness, throat clearing, bad taste in the back of your mouth.

In brief: Maybe

One of the "atypical" symptoms of gerd is something called "globus" which is the feeling of a lump in the throat.
Some people describe this as a throbbing. It is often associated with other "atypical" features such as hoarseness, throat clearing, bad taste in the back of your mouth.
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