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Apr 12, 2020 09:14PM
Thanks everyone for the feedback! Sometimes you need to hear you are not the only one. Drs. make you feel crazy.
RebzAmy, it feels more like inflammation, not indigestion, more like lump in the throat. I am taking pepsid because chemo gave me acid reflux. I like it better than Omeprazole.
Momof2, I was hoping he would recommend something instead of acting like its not possible to be from radiation. I am trying to turn my head more, but the mold is restricting me.
Mountainmia, that makes sense too. I have a lot of inflammation from chemo rebound. My arm and hand went numb and was in a lot of pain, and had pains all though body right after chemo and before radiation. RO gave me some steroids this week and they helped for the aches and pains, but the throat lump is still there.
Ann, hope you are ok. That is my concern. The lump is not that much of a problem right now, but I am paranoid it is a precursor to more permanent problems down the road. I am most afraid of lung cancer. I have casually smoked, but nothing in 3 years. CT showed some scar tissue in my lung which no one was concerned about. Are you seeing scar tissue or something more serious? I hate when they tell you that can't happen! We know our own bodies.
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