Welcome to the gastroenterology community! I would recommend seeing an ENT doctor about this to fugure out what is going on, instead of trying to treat yourself.
Thanks for your comment and trying to guide me.
I never thought I would have to treat me self. After 3 ENT-visits to the same doctor and 1 visit to the University hospital without any understanding, I had to try to treat me self.
This has been wery-wery painful. I've given up several times. Thorugh the 14 month of pain, I even set two time-limits for how long I would stand the pain. I managed to find this out by myself after 13 months.
When you have unexplainable pain, or as I see it now, a painful condition unknown to healthpersonell, you have to find out of the problem yourself. I think I even have found out something new - not known by ENTs. Something about the "pneumatics" of swallowing and eustachian tube.
I write here to share my insight. I have read about 10 post in different fora about people having small "burps" from their throat and painful knot in the bottom of their throat. I've had it all, and managed to get rid of it.
If some of you read this, I would really like to hear what happened in advance, since I cant find a direct cause myself, except neck-problems and a driving accident, being over-worked, having two personell crises within 3 months, using tooth-pase in a wounding tooth, taking sauna with ice-bathing right after and moving into a new house in a plase with different climate than I was used to.
I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help and I'm sorry you couldn't get answers from your doctors.
But I do truly understand what it is like to have pain that doesn't respond to normal treatments. I've been hospitalized for a week now getting a bunch of treatments for my pain. I know being in pain is tough, but I hope yours improves soon so that it can be more tolerable!
Thanks for encouragement. I can control the causes for the throat pain now, so it's almost non-existent. But I've got a new problem, because I was too tough using a neti-pot when i understood the mechanism of pain and cause, so now I've developed a tinnitus and a little feeling of living in a "glass bowl". I'd rather have this condition, cause it's not painful, but it'll be tough getting used to it.
You say you're hospitalized. Is it because of throat pain as I've had? Have they found the cause or is it (just) pain-management?
Good, I'm glad it's almost non existent.
No I'm hospitalized for pain but from a different origin and for different reasons. They think they will be able to reduce my pain and have me go home in less pain, so it is not really just pain management.