The Throat Feels Dry With Thrush And Feels Numb?
Hi … My name is Irfan, 28 years old. for 1 week my mouth and throat feel dry, the veins under the tongue look very blue, the tongue feels rough and numb (like being exposed to hot water), the throat is like a lump when swallowing, the ear is also like getting in the water sometimes it feels a little pain in the ear . Previously I experienced thrush on the tongue accompanied by a lump in the thrush for about 12 days and now the thrush has healed but the lump is still there. Are all my oral problems normal or are there symptoms of serious illness? R nThank you.
a dry throat accompanied by a lump in the throat that can be caused by various causes. From the situation that you are experiencing, it might be caused by a GERD. GERD or acid reflux disease is a condition where there is an increase in stomach acid toward the throat, it is caused by one of the weak muscles that limit the throat and stomach. GERD can occur in men or women, GERD has risk factors such as frequent lying down after eating, history of alcohol consumption, obesity, excessive stress.
GERD can cause symptoms such as pain in the stomach area. Stomach acid that rises to the top can cause discomfort in the chest, chest feels like burning, shortness of breath, feels lump in the throat, and can cause irritation of the throat. Besides GERD can also cause symptoms in the mouth such as frequent mouth sores, mouth bitter, often belching, and sore tongue. GERD requires treatment using certain lanbung drugs. GERD is not a dangerous disease.
But other than that the situation that you experience can also be caused by other causes such as:
yeast infection in the oral cavity strep throat enlargement of the thyroid gland of tongue cancer by kraena, to determine the exact cause of the situation that you are experiencing then you should check yourself directly to the doctor, so the doctor can check your condition directly first. Maybe later additional tests will be carried out such as blood tests, or ultrasound if necessary.
It is important not to consume alcohol, and also avoid consuming foods / drinks that are too hot. Drink enough water, and consume enough fruit. Don't lie down right after eating. Avoid spicy foods. Gargle using an antiseptic solution after a toothbrush.
The following article you can read about Gastric Acid Disease
may be useful. Thank you