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Burning sensation on tongue, in throat. Taking antacid for peptic ulcers, chewing tobacco. Cure for symptoms?

Hello doctor,I am vegetarian. I don t take spicy foods, also not much of oily items. But I have been using chewable tobacco products only twice in a week but I never swallowed. I am having this habit for the past 5 years. Now I have stopped it but to quit need some time. How ever now a days I am feeling a kind of burning sensation in tongue and throat . Is that a sign of Cancer? Note: I had peptic ulcer problem earlier and even now If I take spicy food I need take antacid to avoid problems. I don t smoke at all and take beer very rarely
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
thanks for your query
History seems that it could be due to oral submucus fibrosis(OSMF) or any Leukoplakic patch in oral cavity.
This is due to tobacco use. Quit tobacco as early as possible.
This condition of OSMF is reversible upto certain extent but if not treated in time may cause erythroplakia, carcinoma in situ and so on.
just take preventive measures like stop tobacco, spicy and hot foods, alcohol.
Take mucosal soothening agents like tab Rebagen, Do sucrafil gargles, it forms coating on irritable mucosa and fasten healing.
Take multivitamines also.
Thanks. take care
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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Pediatrician Dr. Imraan Hussain 's  Response

Thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

i advise you to have a complete physical examination by ENT specialist

do you have fever ,sorethroat or weight loss?

take green tea and honey

steam inhalation also improve symptoms

avoid cold and soft drinks

take plenty of fluids

saline gargles are effective remedy

wishing you a speedy recovery

Hope i have ansewered your query
i am available for your help
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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