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GERD, throat phlegm chest pain
Dear Gastroenterologist, I am 42 years old unmarried man. I am 107kg in weight and 5 feet 6 inch tall. I have been having medicine for GERD from 2019 January. Endoscopy was done in January 2019. Report is fine. I was advised to do manometry test to see whether I have motility disorder. I did not do it. For the past few months I have been having Feeling of phlegm in throat. Mouth blister or tongue ulcer. I eat Non Veg spicy food from December 19. I consulted ENT in December 19 for throat phlegm clearing. He checked with torch asked me to have PPIs. I still have phlegm feeling in throat, chest pulling or pain in chest. I have asthma, at times High BP increasing heart beat on walking climbing steps upto 170bpm. Resting heart beat is 80. I am having medicine Nexpro L on alternative days. Daily Concor 5mg. Montek AB alternative days. Daily Inzofresh 10mg for sleep. Daily cetrizen for urticaria. Please advise solution for throat phlegm feeling mouth ulcer.
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Throat issues can be due to GERD. You can take Nexpro L daily for few days. Cap Becosule once a day for 15 days for oral ulcers. Zytee gel for local application. Avoid spicy food. Avoid smoking, alcohol, tea and coffee. Do lie down immediately after meals. Most of your issues are due to obesity. Gradual weight reduction is necessary. Exercise
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