Feeling Lumps In The Throat When Eating Postoperatively?
my mother after the operation, it’s only been a long time for her surgery but my mother always feels lumpy if she is swallowing food, then every time I look up, she talks so pelo why?
Unfortunately the information you have provided is incomplete. You did not mention what surgery your mother underwent and when it was performed. We cannot provide an estimate of whether there is a causal relationship between surgery and the symptoms currently experienced. Based on the information you have provided, it is possible that there are innervation problems in the muscles that are used for swallowing and speaking. The innervation problems can be caused by:
Infection and inflammation of the nerves. Emphasis on nerves. Nerve trauma (eg certain injuries). Disorders of the brain, such as ischemia or brain infarction. You should bring your mother in consultation with the treating doctor or neurologist. The doctor may need to do some additional tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRIs, to look for causes such as strokes. Be careful when giving food to drink because of the danger of choking. Don't delay the consultation for too long because it might make symptoms worse.
That's the explanation that I can give. Regards.