Back pain, thraot disconfort, chest pain, bad taste in mouth
I am 20 years old, male, generally healthy, no injuries or other such. I am a smoker since last june. On average 10 cigarettes a day.
For 2-3 months I've been feeling sth in my throat, like a need to clear it or caugh, sometimes a tickle. I dont have a caugh, no bleeding or anything thank god. Just that feeling.
Lately I have been feeling some weird pain behind my breasbone, in my back and beneaf shoulder blades. Its quite disturbing. Also there is tenderness in my neck, like an inflamation (inflammation) or sth.
Also I feel a bad taste in my mouth after eating.
What could this be?
I have been checked and its nothing in my lungs 100% ok, no infection or sth like that in my throat.
sounds like reflux. have they checked you for this? or have you tried anything for this?
Our health is precious, and it is hard to find a good dr these days. Sometimes we have to stay on top of things or even help find our diagnosis.
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