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Throat Pain

Significant causes of throat pain include influenza virus, bacterial infection, irritation caused by dry air, chemicals, cigarette smoke, acid reflux, sinusitis, laryngitis, allergies, after intubation, and post-operative causes. It is advisable to see the doctor if there is breathing and swallowing difficulty. Managing the underlying etiology is the recommended treatment.

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I have a visible stone in the back of my throat with a thin, smelly wall that's causing pain. What could this be?

Query: Hello doctor, I have been having the problem of getting something stuck in my throat for a long time and a bad smell was also coming from time to time sores, etc. For the last 6 months pain and the stone is also visible on one side but the stone is not visible on the other side it hurts more there a...  Read Full »

Dr. Murari. M.

Answer: Hello, Welcome I read your query and can understand your concern. I am sorry to hear about your troubles. Thank you for the excellent image provided (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity); this reassuringly does not show anything grossly troublesome or suggestive ...  Read Full »

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