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Left side throat mild pain while yawning
Mild pain in left side throat while yawning. But no pain while swallow food. I feel this pain last one week randomly. Not in inside i felt it is outside. I dnt see any sweeling also in throat
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There isn't sufficient information to reach a specific diagnosis. I would advise you to visit a ENT so that you can be examined and undergo necessary investigations to find the underlying cause of the pain and have it treated accordingly. If the problem persists or worsens visit the ENT at the earliest.
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If condition persists or worsens visit the ENT at the earliest
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You seem to be suffering from cervical myofacial pain which occurs because of problems in your neck muscles. It is. Unlikely to be related to problems inside your throat
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