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Esophagitis

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My symptoms are1. Near constant mucus in back of throat which I can keep hacking and spitting out. This is more severe when I eat or exercise or when...
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Esophagitis is caused by an infection or irritation in the esophagus. An infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or diseases that weaken...
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Treatment for esophagitis depends on its cause. Possible treatments include: Medications that block acid production, like heartburn drugs...
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Once your doctor has performed a thorough physical examination and reviewed your medical history, there are several tests that can be used to...
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Symptoms of esophagitis include: Difficult and/or painful swallowing Heartburn Mouth sores A feeling of something of being stuck in the throat...
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Esophagitis is an inflammation, irritation, or ulceration of the lining of the esophagus. This injury is often caused by the excessive exposure of...
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