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I am worried about Mouth, please help

I am worried because for a few months (4 or 5) i have been have pain every now and then in the top of my mouth near the back when i swallow any kind of food (even weetabix) and even with things like lemonade. I have no idea what it may be but it is unbearable when it is there.
Asked On : Wed, 21 Jul 2010
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Dentist 's  Response
You should consult a dentist to know if the problem is related to your oral cavity or throat. Pain can occur due to any decayed tooth, aphthous ulcers, abscess etc.
Answered: Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. K.S Sanju's  Response
Did you notice any swelling or color change in that area?Do you smoke?Do you have recurrent mouth ulcers? Most common cause of pain in the mouth is local trauma leading to mouth ulcers.If you have recurrent pain i would advise you to get an examination from an otorhinolaryngologist at the earliest since the lower part of the throat needs to be visualised..
Answered: Wed, 21 Jul 2010
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