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Sensation like a pebble in upper throat. Feel to squeeze it out, but it s caught. What is this?

I have had a sensation in the upper part of my throat for about a month. It is on the right side and I usually felt it most in the morning. Just like a very tiny pebble but no pain barely noticable. Tonight I woke up feeling like there is a marble on the right side of my throat. It feels just like I have something that is caught. And it feels like i could constrict my throat and squeeze it out but it's this round thing caught under my skin in the back of mouth
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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you have Features of gastro-oesophageal reflux disese with laryngo pharyngeal reflux. get an endoscopic examination done of oropharnx and hypopharynx. start dietary restrictions- avoid oily/spicy food, alcohol, smoking, take plenty of fluids,proton pump inhibitors and antacid.

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Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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