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Pain on the right side of throat with headaches, pain in right ear. Could it be due to acid reflux ?

I have pain on the right side of my throat since forever. I went to numerous ENT doctors, they checked my throat from inside, my ears etc. said everything was normal but i dont understand how can everything be normal when i feel pain all the time. It gets worse if its cold or I drink something very cold. I can feel swelling sometimes. It comes and goes. I also have headaches on the right side and also pain above my right eyebrow. I also have mild pain in my right ear. I have no alergies. My recent checkup showed that I might have acid reflux ( GERD ) that may cause this problem. I am really lost and sometimes I get very irritated at the inability of the doctors to diagnose my problem.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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THANKS FOR YOUR QUERY.
IF YOU WERE A PATIENT OF GERD, THEN IT COULD BE DUE TO INFLAMMATION OF SUPRALARYNX i.e. ARYTENOID OR POST. COMMISSURE CONGESTION.

BETTER TO GO FOR VIDEOLARYNGOSCOPIC EVALUATION FOR ANY LESION ON LARYNX OR HYPOPHARYNX

REGARDING PAIN IN AND AROUND RIGHT EAR IS DEFINITELY A RADIATING PAIN FROM THROAT LESION.

MEAN WHILE YOU NEED TO TAKE ANTI INFLAMMATORY DRUG LIKE TAB CHYMORAL FORTE, ANTI HISTAMINICS LIKE LEVOCET.

AVOID COLD AND JUNK FEEDS, ALCOHOL AND SMOKING

MANY THANKS AND TAKE CARE, BYE.
Answered: Wed, 14 Aug 2013
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