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Basically, I have been told that I may have silent reflux which has been causing all sorts of problems with my inner ears am waiting for ENT referral to confirm. I'm almost certain now that this is the case though as I stupidly let my Gerd and swollen glands prescription run out and my throat is in a lot of pain. I have had some of my lymph nodes around my Gerd and swollen glands swollen for a couple of months now and I'm wondering if this has been triggered by the inflammation in my ears and throat from the reflux. Has anyone else had swollen nodes with reflux? Minnesota twins jacket symptoms seem to be getting better. Gerd and swollen glands also have mild swollen nodes, ear pain, sore throat and that annoying feeling of having something stuck in your throat. I was actually very worried about the lump feeling in my throat so I went to see my ENT a couple of weeks back. Had the camera down my throat and she could see the throat area was red a bit and pretty "bumpy" which according to her what actually caused me to have that feeling like something stuck in my throat. And yes, acid reflux can cause you to have ear pain and even sinusitis. Gerd and swollen glands stopped my reflux med already before this but now I am back on it. I hope all will turn out alright for you. I have reflux and swollen nodes. I have had three nodes swollen for about three years but during a recent MRIsix nodes showed up. I have never considered there could be some connection between reflux and nodes but after reading these posts it seems there could be. Perhaps any kind of inflammation Man...

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Login or Sign Up. Search in titles only Search in Laryngopharyngeal Reflux only Search. Previous 1 2 template Next. A week ago, i found 4 swollen glands behind my ear. I started poking at them to try and find out what they were, and that made them hurt and itch. I panicked after looking at the internet thinking that i had lymphoma. Then i went to the doctor, who was "not worried", and said that i had an ear infection that should resolve itself and to come back to her in 3 weeks. I had a headache and i have a stiff neck due to this on top of my original LPR symptoms. I no longer trust the doctor though, because of my experience with LPR and their complete lack of knowledge about my problems. I am curious to know, where in your neck is the swelling and do you have any other swollen nodes? One of my most common symptoms is swollen of the lymph glands on my neck. I am convinced it's related to LPR.. It seems to come and go. My theory is that when acid goes into the larynx area there is a defense mechanism to stop it. This causes the muscles to tense up impacting the muscles, glands, ligaments, etc in that area. How about with you? Does it come and go or is it consistent? I keep going to the DR and saying that they hurt so bad I also get the burning tongue My reflux has been flaring up for some crazy reason and I went back to the dr about my neck and I didnt think it was reflux but it is. Then after a week of giong to the DR my symptoms got worse and I have all these crazy symptoms...

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Heartburn is the most common symptom of GERD, but there are other so-called "silent" symptoms of GERD that you probably never associated with the disease. Check with your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms regularly:. If you're brushing and flossing and still can't get rid of bad breath, check with your dentist to find out if GERD might be the cause. If you have bad breath that no amount of brushing, flossing or rinsing will cure, you might want to check with your dentist to find out if GERD is the cause. GERD causes undigested food, bile and stomach acids to flow in a backward direction from your stomach into your esophagus. This can leave you with a bitter or sour taste in your mouth that leads to bad breath. Your dentist should be able to look at your throat and teeth to figure out if there is a medical cause behind your stinky breath. GERD may be to blame. Do you always seem to be losing your voice? GERD could be the culprit. When acid reflux enters your esophagus, it can also splash over onto your voice box, or larynx, causing swelling that alters your voice or makes it difficult to speak at all. One-quarter of chronic, dry coughing cases are caused by GERD. Chronic dry coughing is another silent symptom of GERD that plagues many sufferers. Health experts aren't entirely clear on why GERD can cause coughing, but one theory is that the reflux of acids into the esophagus can splash into the bronchial tract, causing the body to react by coughing. In a vicious cycle, asthma flare-ups can aggravate GERD, which can then make asthma symptoms worse. But while it's clear that GERD and asthma appear together frequently, it's a classic case of chicken and...

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Posted 19 January at Sorry for the lengthy post. During September 4 months ago , I notice that my right Submandibular nodes below right jaw, salivary gland was swollen. It was painless and it is movable. I've had acid reflux since I was still in junior high school currently 23 years old and when I notice this lump, I instantly panicked and start searching on google not a good idea. Since then I have went to 2 different ENT, 1 oncologist, and 2 different gastroenthologist. All of them said that it is not a concern. All of them is not concerned at all, however they also do not give me a clear expalantion. One of them said that perhaps the reflux may cause irritation on my throat that then cause mini infection that I may not feel. One of them said that perhaps it is due to my past tonsilitis infection I have suffered from 8 bouts of tonsilitis on should probably get my tonsil removed ASAP. My acid reflux is not that bad. I also have constat post nasal drip and have to clear my throat all the time. My tongue is white but my throat and tongue seldom got burns from the acid reflux. What drives me crazy is that 2 weeks ago I notice there's yet another lymph node pops up on the right side of my neck. It is also painless and movable, and it is rougly 1 - 1. I am in full panic mode now and have think about bad case scenario lymphoma, etc. I will go back to my gastro and oncologist doctor, but it will be around early February I don't think that the swollen nodes have any connection to acid reflux. They are encapsulated and thus not exposed to...

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It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here Ask our community of thousands of members your health questions, and learn from others experiences. There was a problem adding your email Try again. Site owned and operated by HealthBoards. Do not copy or redistribute in any form! Hi am wondering where you live?? Do you have fevers, muscle aches, knee pain, bran fog ect??? There has got to be a reason for the swollen lymph nodes. They are trying to keep something at bay I had the acid reflux and wound up havng Lyme Disease Good health and Good Luck!! I've got swollen glands too. They are buggin me out They started after 2 months of Protonix So I don't really know if it's from LPR my throat is red with white patches or the meds. I get headaches also. The swelling seems to be in my salivary glands; under my chin like pellets and the other salivary glands. Don't know if doctor's think of this as a side-effect The pharma companies don't. Hey gnz, I still have mine under my chin as well. It has been over a year now. I first felt mine after a month of being on generic prilosec but I am not sure if they were there before then or not. I stopped the prilosec for some time but my heartburn came back so now I take nexium. I have ask my general doctor about them many times and he says he is not concerned about them. I finally talked him into sending me to an ENT who also does not seem concerned. I'm really not sure what to think. I do have alot of aches and pains as well but I have no idea...

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WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms Enlarged or swollen glands and Heartburn and. Dec 23, - I have had some of my lymph nodes around my neck swollen for a couple of months now and I'm wondering if this has been triggered by the  swollen lymph nodes. Apr 13, - Common causes of esophagitis include GERD and acid reflux, due to a weakness of the muscles to keep acid inside the stomach. Your esophagus is the tube that connects your throat to your stomach. When your esophagus becomes irritated or swollen, it causes esophagitis symptoms.

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