Pharyngitis is the medical term for a sore throat. It means your throat is red and inflamed. It’s usually caused by a cold virus but could be caused by the flu or strep throat. You can ease the pain with over-the-counter remedies. Or you may need antibiotics.
Trouble swallowing, or dysphagia, is the inability to swallow foods and liquids with ease. Difficulty swallowing can be caused by anxiety, acid reflux & anemia.
The sore throat you have may be caused by a virus. There are many cold viruses, as well as the flu virus, that can cause a sore throat. Understand your symptoms and the cause of your sore throat to get the right treatment.
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Regurgitation is experienced by many people who may have acid reflux (GERD), conditions that affect the tissue lining of the esophagus, or indigestion. Read below for more information on causes of regurgitating and how to stop regurgitation.
If you have a swollen uvula, you may also be experiencing a sore throat, trouble swallowing, and maybe even a fever. An enlarged uvula is often caused by infection, an allergic reaction, or irritation from chemicals or medical procedures. Read below to find out how long a swollen uvula lasts and how to get treatment.
A tickle in your throat can be caused by an infection, inflammatory conditions, or other chronic conditions, and treatments range from home treatment to doctor visits. Read more below to learn about that tickle sensation in your throat and its possible causes, treatments, and more.