i aften get a burning in the back of my throat and i dont know,,,i always thought that was heart burn??
i have bad sinuses and mostly breathe out my mouth,could this be the reason?
i do get reflux here and there ,and actual heart burn if i eat the wrong things,but the burning in the throat is weard,but i have gotten it for a long time.
lately it has been a little more constant,but who knows.
ive heard of food alergys that could cause this,but i cannot link it to anything particular.
please let me know what you think,,id realy appreciate your info!!
I have been getting the same symptoms for the past couple of months - not heartburn after eating but a burning in the back of my throat (almost as if acid reflex). I went to my ENT to be told it is from post nasal drip. Always feel like a lump in my throat too. It said it is viral
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