What Causes Throat Feels Lump When Swallowing Saliva?
Like there is a lump when swallowing, but it does not hurt when swallowing food or drink, no cough, and no pain, just feels lumpy, when swallowing, the lump feels like coming down but there will be more when swallowing saliva, and when eating or drink nothing
Feeling like a lump in the throat while eating, drinking or swallowing something, can be caused by:
Chronic tonsillitis, or long-lasting tonsillar / tonsil circulation
Gastrointestinal disorders, namely gastric acid disease
Foreign body in throat
Globus sensation, in contrast to dysphagia which is a difficulty swallowing, in the condition of this globus sensation feels there is a lump without any visible enlargement / swelling
Tumor in the neck
This requires a direct examination from the doctor, to determine the cause. The doctor will recommend to do a direct physical examination, ordinary X-ray, X-ray with contrast, and others.
Some things you need to pay attention to are:
Drink enough water every day
Avoid smoking or becoming passive smokers
Eat food that is easier to digest for a while
Don't lie down after eating
Thus the explanation, hopefully it helps.