Sore throat after ultrasound in esophagus. What should I do?

Esophagus trauma. Observe. Use tylenol (acetaminophen) for discomfort if no liver problems. Cold soft diet may help any local swelling and tenderness. If there is fever or chest pain then i would seek emergent evaluation to make sure no tear occurred. Always let the physician doing the procedure know, because they would know how likely that could be from the difficulty of the procedure.

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I have barrett esophagus for 12 years and now I have had a sore throat for about three weeks. The sore throat comes and goes during the day. I had a egd about 5 years ago?

Need another scope. People with barrett's need to be watched closely with a regularly scheduled scopes at least every two years. Regardless of the sore throat you should get in to be scoped again. Start the the physician that scoped you five years ago. Read more...

Can one have laryngitis without a sore throat (esophagus)?

Yes. Laryngitis may occur without a sore throat like when you cheering in the ball game. And become hoarse. Viral or bacterial infections may affect the entire upper respiratory tract and cause a a sore throat and laryngitis. Read more...

I have a sore throat for couple weeks now. It feels like something hanging from inside esophagus like a skin tag, I feel like to swallow it. Advice pl?

Dysphagia any cause. Distinguish "transfer dysphagia" (problem moving food from mouth to top of esophagus) vs. "transit dysphagia" (problem getting food down esophagus & into stomach). Motility disorders, strictures, ulceration (pill-associated, viral, or more typically gerd), tumors (benign or not) must all be ruled out. Endoscopy offers the advantage over x-rays by permitting biopsy & removal of lesions, dilation. Read more...
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