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Ulcers throat
Having this ulcers in throat wall for 1 month.pain during swallowing.Antibiotics did not work. Now eating antacid medicines.can it be sign of something serious? Does it look like squamous cell carcinoma? Please suggest any test to diagnose
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No , it's not squamous cell carcinoma. Don't worry. Although you need treatment for your throat.
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Not at all ... Continue antacids... Diet modification.. Avoid Spicy or oily foods ... No heavy meals after 8 pm Contact me in practo for further guidance
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Not to worry It's not Squamous cell carcinoma It can be due to Laryngopharyngeal reflux or even due to Allergic Pharyngitis.
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Antacid syrup PPI medicine for gastritis Povidine iodine gurgle Antiallergic
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