Both my brother and I have had dry throats for a few years. They began within a year of each other when he was in high school and I was in college. We have never lived in the same place and have both resided in multiple locations throughout the world over the past few years. He has had his tonsils out and I haven't yet the symptoms persist in both of us. Neither of us has had any other symptoms (no drymouth etc), we are both healthy eaters and excersize regurlarly (and I have been checked for diabetes because of the dry throat - normal glucose levels). I don't know if they're related symptoms or if we both have the same chronic dry throat but I would love any suggestions for possible cause and treatment.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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