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Suffering from hypothyroidism and also had throat pain from 7 yrs. I have taken eltroxin 100 mcg

Problem of continuous pain in throat on talking from 7 yrs Name- Pradnya v bhole Age - 44yrs Sex - female Address - bhusawal dist-Jalgoan State- Maharashtra History - i am suffering from hypothyroidism since 7 yr and also had throat pain from 7 yrs also have difficulty in talking since 7 yrs. Now the thyroid is normal but the throat pain is there from 7 yr Treatment history - i have take eltroxin 100 mcg o hypotyhroid And also taken antibiotics on sever throat pain sometimes....
Asked On : Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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This can be secondary to acid reflux, please drink plenty of warm, do steam inhalation and take proton pump inhibitors (such as Esomeprazole/ Pantoperazole). Do not talk continuously this will cause straining of the vocal cords and hence hoarseness.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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