Reflux of acid from the stomach most commonly causes acid indigestion. The acid can travel further up the esophagus and into the throat, especially while lying flat on the back. Symptoms such as lump in the throat, frequent throat clearing, burning sensation, chronic cough, and hoarseness have all been occasionally attributed to reflux.

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Category: Throat Disease

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