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Difficulties in properly speaking .
Difficulties in speaking and throat pain/burning sensesion from 3 months . One year before same problem were happen. ENT surgeon adviced for laryangoscopy and UGI abdomen. Both were normal. Doctor diagnosed as GERD. PAN 40 prescribed and ask for lifestyle change. Now from three months same problem occurring. PAN 40 is taking but not improvement. History of thyroid. Taking thyrox 100. TSH is normal.Age-40, BS/BP/CBC- normal. Pl. advice.
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Yes... difficult in speaking along with burning sensation can happen in different laryngeal pathologies but as you have diagnosed normal laryngoscopy chances of GERD or LPRD are high. Speaking difficulty itself require detail history and small small points to understand.
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Hi I understand that you have symptoms of difficulty in speaking and throat pain from 3 months As you have been diagnosed as gerd and other tests were normal We need to evaluate for more history and other symptoms and pictures of throat would be helpful
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