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Swelling in nasopharynx. Why sore throat and asthma?

Hi there, I have had my symptoms for a month, been to two ENT specialists, had an x-ray and a neck ultrasound a few months back. The symptoms started with swelling in my nasopharynx after choking on a piece of watermelon, from there my throat was sore but it didn t really bother me my nose/roof of my mouth did from irritation from the choking. I started to lose my appetite and all I did was sleep all day (this could be from stress though) My symptoms now are really raw, sore throat and neck -even to touch, coughing up little black specks, a little bit of bright red blood (look most like clots) painful breathing (I have asthma so I m used to that) and the most annoying symptom is ear pain, pressure and the feeling of something in my throat (not the globus feeling but on the right hand side where the epiglotis would be, I sometimes gag on this) My mouth is pretty chalky and dry, and I also have really bad breath. They suspect acid reflux because they saw nothing but irritation when they scoped me but this makes me wonder if they are missing something else... I m in a lot of pain and worried about my throat and lungs.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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the missing link is sinuses
the symptomps are of sinusitis
there is post nasl dripping
get xray pns done i am sure you will get sinuses
till the report comes
you astrat with
tab metrogyl 200 mgm bd
take tab allegra 120 mgm daily
tab flunarazine 5 mgm at night
and mucain e gel 2 tsf tds
do for 2 week and post after results
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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