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Throat issue
My son is very active in sports and fitness. Sometime back after returning from gym he felt his throat is parched and excessive saliva in mouth. He increased his fluid intake and the problem has subsided. However during ingestion of food he feels there is cough generation that is creating problem in swallowing of food. Under normal circumstances there is no issue. Solicit your advice.
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Can be due to laryngo pharyngeal reflux Consult online for further evaluation to know further details about the severity of issue
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Avoid spicy,oily,junk food Maintain spacing between meals and sleep
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Avoid oily and spicy food .Could be GERD.
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Avoid spicy food and in gym avoid exercise which increase the abdominal pressure for few days. Plenty of fluids.
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Could be GERD WITH LPR
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Avoid stress hot and spicy oily food
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