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Pain while swallowing in throat
I have a slight pain and discomfort in throat while swallow something. I consulted 12 days ago and the doctor found a white patch near eppiglotis, above vocal cord. It have this problem for many days. But the doctor stopped my medications after 10 days. (I had also got covid and pnuemonia a month ago, went on oxygen in hospital for 11 days. My covid treatment and medications was running totally for a month approximately.) Kindly help this out.
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This looks like an ulcer or arytenoids ... This happens due to reflux issues usually but this will require long term meds to heal... Plz avoid hot and spicy food, plenty of water intake , avoid very hot tea and coffee , never try to forcefully clear ur throat and for antireflux meds plz consult an ent specialist
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