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Granule in throat, taking Omeprazole. How should I approach this?

granule on right side of throat . ENT stuck camera down my throat and found it. Gave me omeprazole and have taken it for a couple of weeks. He told me to reduce my caffiene intake and avoid alcohol. I still have a couple of beers a week but have reduced my caffiene intake to one cup a day. He mentioned possible throat cancer if this doesn t clear up. Even mentioned something related to HPV . I was very shocked! How should I approach this? Should I be concerned? He said it could take weeks for my throat to heal and I would imagine it would take longer considering I still have a couple of beers a week. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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throat cancer presenting as granulations : not in support of that.
but if you still are having beer then the granules may not go at all.
Beer causes so much of reflux you can understand .There is no use of taking omeprazole also .
You must stop taking beer .
Go for walk daily and take omeprazole.
You will get improvement .
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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