Yesterday an ENT put the scope through my nose and checked my larynx/throat for damage. Apparently there's nothing, and since I saw the screen showing the video feed, I know it's true. However I'm still getting symptoms like burning throat and mucus, and this guy knew nothing about
reflux, let alone LPR; does the scope rule out LPR or should I push for more tests?
EDIT: This morning I woke up fine, and decided to lie in bed for a while. 20 minutes later I felt the burning in my throat, and I hadn't touched any food or water. I also use a wedge pillow. Why me? What is wrong that would cause me to burn without food's input?! :(
Post Edited (Daxter) : 8/14/2013 6:14:25 AM (GMT-6)