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Pain in the lungs and throat. Stopped smoking. Need help


I am 26 year old male was smoking from last 4 years. I quit smoking from last 6 months because I am getting pain in my lungs and throat, also my throat get dry after every 15 min still i drinking 6 to 7 litre of water daily. But Still I am sufferring with throat pain and white cough with lungs pain, also my mouth get bitter whole day. Every morning throat get painful and full with white cough, Severe throat pain I am facing will u please help me out. I can eat food smoothly...!
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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It is better to meet an ENT specialist at your area for a thorough clinical examination. However, if you have a long waiting list and other factors preventing you from acccessing the doctor, here is something you can consider. Your symptoms could be suggestive of acid reflux disease. The acid from stomach enters through a loose sphincter in your oesophagus up to your throat causing throat pain, cough and bitter sensation in mouth. If that is the scenario, please try these methods.

Avoid stress, smoking, too much coffee, tea and spicy foods. Eat frequent and small foods. Keep a gap of two hours between your last meal and time you go to bed. Try over the counter available anti acidity medicines for a week. See if this helps.

Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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