I'd be really grateful for any tips that could help me overcome my longlasting problem.
I can't drink anything cold as immediately afterwards it results in a laryngitis. I have had problems with my throat since childhood. I could never drink cold drinks as they usually made me ill, I had a terrible sore throat, temperature and I had to take antibiotics. What was interesting was that I could eat ice cream and in most cases nothing wrong happened.
In my late teens I discovered I could drink even a few pints of really cold beer and I didn't have any throat problems. This was the only thing I could drink without suffering from throat problems. Unfortunately, three years ago (I'm 23 now), I realised I can't even drink beer as it also started causing problems. I started to suffer from laryngitis, something that had not happened to me before.
I have visited a few laryngologists, most of whom are high-class specialists. They've no idea what can cause my problem. They say that it may be partially caused by a cist in my sinus, which is visible on my computer tomography. To some extent they may be right, but I had tomography of sinus done when I was twelve, there was no cist there but I had already suffered from throat problems then.
Having to avoid cold drinks can be extremely annoying. It affects my social life, I can't go to any parties, especially discos as all that is served there is ice cold and I don't want to suffer from laryngitis again.
If anybody knows any possible solution to my problem, please let me know. I'll appreciate all suggestions.
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