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Recurring throat dryness in the morning, back pain, weakness, no swallowing difficulty. Cause?

for the last few days i have been experiencing a variety of symptoms from weakness, to a sore throat , to a hurting back, to migraines. i always wake up in the morning with a really dry throat. my throat hurts but i never have trouble swallowing . i looked inside my throat to see what was wrong but from what i can tell besides being a little swollen everything is fine any idea what is up with me?? ive been like his for about a week.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Welcome in H.C.M.

Regarding your query for dryness in throat in morning hours with pain in back and no difficulty in swallowing, it appears as you are having gastric upset as hyperacidity and this is now causing GERD.

As there is neither cough nor pain in throat this clearly rule out the infective pathology.

You may take now-

1- Antacid with PPI.

2- Avoid spicy food.

3- Drink adequate fluid.

4- Avoid smoking

5- Take proper rest.

Probably above will help you otherwise you have to consult your physician.

Answered: Wed, 16 Apr 2014
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