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Swelling near eusophagus

Thank you Dr. As you asked, yes the swelling does subside after sometime. Earlier it used to subside completely . Now a days it remains little. But yes it is not as much as it is just after you speak or you eat
Asked On : Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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The problem is since 4 yrs but please tell when you did Endoscopy.If the swelling is increasing while speaking or after eating you also see if it decreases after some time or if you press it .If there are the signs of increasing & decreasing then it can be a Diaphramatic or a hiatus hernia.Get examined by a Surgeon & if required get a repeat Endoscopy done to find the illness & get treated.Don't wait.
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