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dolphinblues

448d

what would cause pain in the center of the throat/back of the mouth with inflammation and occasional problems swallowing? It is not tonsil, lymph node, or saliva gland related. it feels like it is directly related to the swallowing muscles but also affects the areas below and in between the tonsils. Any ideas/suggestions greatly appreciated!

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    • dolphinblues

      443d

      @LilyUnicorn I didn't think of it being esophagus related. Thanks!

    • LilyUnicorn

      444d

      Try a Gastroenterologist they will look at your stomach and esophagus. The pain could be in your esophagus. This can look and see if there is a problem. Granted talk is always first, but you can explain the problem so they know what to look for, then schedule you and go look for the source of the pain.

      • dolphinblues

        443d

        @LilyUnicorn I didn't think of it being esophagus related. Thanks!

    • dolphinblues

      448d

      I saw an ENT and still don't know what's going on. He only looked at tonsils, lymph nodes, and saliva glands. He seems to dismiss my concerns.

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