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Throat pain near Adam's apple (gulping)
Hello, i'm having slight pain while swallowing in the right side (1.5 inches) of the Adam's Apple. The pain is not constant, sometimes goes off completely but if i'm gulping feels like a lumpy soreness round the day. Have moderate cough and at times having an increased tendency to spit. Last month had cold-cough with sore throat,was advised on Azithral and Clavam-XR by GP separately. Recent lifestyle change: Stopped working out for about a month; feels like gaining weight. Please help, thanks.
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You seem to be suffering from reflux laryngopharyngitis which is type of acidity related disorder. You may need to take anti reflux medications for few weeks for long term benefits
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Consult nearby ENT specialist for confirmation of diagnosis and appropriate treatment if required
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