The Esophagus Is Painful And The Saliva Is Yellow With Blood?

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Hello..rnDoc, I want to ask that my mother’s throat is sore… It’s been taken to the ENT and X-rayed but her chest… She said it’s okay”. yellow.. or pink and there is blood.. do i have to go to the ENT again?

1 Answer:

Hi Ayurobbi_,

Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

You need to know, the esophagus (esophagus) is a tube that connects the throat (pharynx) with the stomach (gastric). Pain in this area accompanied by yellowish or bloody mucus discharge may have many causes, one of the most common being inflammation (esophagitis). In addition to pain and mucus, sufferers can also feel a sensation of lump, burning, heat, nausea, shortness of breath, difficulty swallowing, decreased appetite, and so on. Patients with esophagitis may experience yellowish or even bloody mucus discharge due to irritation of the esophageal mucosal wall.

There are several conditions that can trigger esophagitis, including reflux (back up) of stomach acid, allergies, infections, or also due to side effects of drugs (eg NSAIDs). The risk of experiencing esophagitis can increase in people who have a family history of esophagitis, allergy sufferers, the elderly, often consume fatty foods or contain caffeine, are overweight, have decreased endurance, take long-term NSAIDs, and so on.

In addition to esophagitis, your mother's complaints may also arise due to other reasons, such as tonsillopharyngitis (inflammation of the tonsils and throat), cholangitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), angina pectoris (wind sitting), GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), peptic ulcer, myalgia (pain). muscle), nasopharyngeal carcinoma (cancer of the throat), aspiration (choking), panic attacks, and so on.

Not all of the above conditions can be directly detected through X-ray examination. Often, further examination is required, for example with ultrasound, endoscopy, laryngoscopy, cardiac records, or other examinations to determine the best diagnosis. Therefore, if the complaint has been examined by a doctor but has not improved, you should re-examine your mother to the doctor. You can check your mother with a general practitioner first. If necessary, the general practitioner will refer him to the appropriate specialist, such as an ENT specialist, internal medicine, psychiatrist, and so on.

At this time, help your mother deal with her complaints by teaching her the following ways:

Drink plenty of warm water, don't shout too much. Use a mask to prevent harmful foreign particles from entering the esophagus. Take paracetamol to temporarily reduce pain. Avoid exposure to substances that can trigger allergies. Reduce consumption of spicy, oily, caffeine-containing foods. Hope it helps ya..

dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah

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