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Have stringy skin hanging in throat, comes to the mouth during cough. What could it be?

hi, i have a long piece of strigy skin hanging of the bottom os my throat , when i cough the piece actually comes up into my mouth and it is flat on the end like a small penny it has always been there but lately seems to be longer, has never come up into my mouth before so that i have to swallow it back down what could this be?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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a piece of tissue of tongue or back of tongue which are as a result of chronic irritation of post nasal drip f sinuses
due to irritation by pnd or gerd cough is there
get xray pns waters view to confirm and treat sinuses take montelucast 10 mg bd for wk
codeine plus cpm syp i tsf at night
liquid antacd tds
apply triamsolone mouth paint o throat back and back f tongue
do 3 week
and get cure after consulting doctor
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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