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An_224230 posted:
i have encounter a weird throat problem that may need serious attention hope i can get some answers. Sometime yesterday evening I was watching a movie with a freind, when i begin to experience some throat irration. It felt like something was caught in the back of my throat,( i wasnt eating anything) i begin to try to clear my throat, but the feeling was still there. I went to go look at my throat and couldnt see anything inside or out. Ater trying to cough up and clear out the passage way the feeling went from the back of my throat to the bottom of the esophagus. I have no trouble breathing, no visible deformities inside or outside of my mouth or throat, i have no pain. There's only one problem when i try to expell muscous or do anything that cause my throat to open and close it feels very dry and and scratchy and somewhat sticky like both side of throat are lined with sand paper( only when i try to pull mucous of my throat. I went to the doctor today before i started experiencing these throat problems and i was diagonsis with bacterial viagnosis. i havent started the medication though, i have no fever no pains, no vomiting, or diarrehea,no headaches, no runny nose. i confused by the sudden onset of throat irration please help.
Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Anon,

I hope that you are feeling better now! I don't see any correlation with bacterial vaginosis and mouth/throat pain from the WebMD Bacterial Vaginosis Overview . Please let us know how you are doing and if you are in any pain, please don't hesitate to call your doctor! Your health and comfort are worth it! Take care. :)
Best Wishes! Amelia

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