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Throat pain, pylorus, taking Pantozol, gaviscon syrup & motilium

Hi,Im 45 years old woman.Before some days i felt pain in my throat ,I went to my doctor. ENT specialist said that its not throat infection but sth in the stomach.... She suggested me to go for an endoscopy . My endoscopy report said : pylorus: Rounded, regular & inflammaed She give me Pantazol, Gaviscon syrup & Motilium for 3 months. Now I have finished my course. But now everytime I eat something spicy, or citric.. I have trouble pooping.. it hurts like pricking!
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Hi welcome to health care magic forum,

Throat pain may be infective or non infective.

Noninfective may be due to extraesophageal disease.

As your endoscopy report suggested acid peptic disease, so your doctors advised you 3 month course.

If still no relief after a 3 month course of antireflux medication than a review is needed.

In my opinion you can see an gastroentrologist for a second opinion .

You can undergo for a second upper GI endoscopy and an ambulatory PH monitoring if available.

Answered: Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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