I have had increasing pain in the muscles of my throat since a general anesthetic for a D&C in September 2006. It started with feeling stangled when I swallowed and has escalated to a deep ache in my throat, tongue and mouth accompanied by numbness in my tongue and lips. I've had a CAT scan, Xrays, an endoscopy and blood test for Lyme disease, endrocrine disorders, and mono. All showed normal results. I've seen two gastroenterologists, one Ear, Node & Throat, my primary care doc and an emergency room doc. Physical therapy makes it worse. A muscle relaxer helped for a brief time. No one has any idea what is wrong. Help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
Prevent the spread of the hepatitis C virus.
With COPD, it’s important to protect your lungs.
Unmanaged depression can take a toll on your physical health.
What, when and how much you eat affects your blood sugar.
Ease your way into these stretching and strengthening moves,