Can it be reflux

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I have many different symptoms lump feeling in my throat horrid taste in my mouth problems swallowing worse on a night clicking sound in my throat and a tight feeling around my neck chest and upper back pain. I’ve had lots of e c gs showing normal. I’m due to have an endoscopy in 2 weeks absolutely worried sick. I don’t feel like I have any acid so can this still be reflux? 

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    Yes kt could be silent reflux that's comes up and you don't know it is coijd be at night when you are  sleeping 

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      I had it done last yr.

      I opted for the sedation as didnt want to be with it. It was the first test of that kind in my life.

      I dont remember anything.

      Later on that day i could feel in my chest that something had been inside me. That was it. As gentle as that.

      Its very important to have it done. One can learn a lot about their body.

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      Thank you for putting my mind at rest. Do they offer sedation I can’t stand the thought of it if not. Yes I do agree it’s important to have it done and to be honest I can’t carry on not knowing what’s causing all these symptoms 
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      In the UK they ask u if u want a local numbing throat spray or sedation.

      If u not sure ask about it. On aedation u wont be allowed to drive afterwards that day.

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      I've just had my third endoscopy done I had sedation and throat spray thrn will give to you the two if your very nervous about it like I always am 

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      Thank you I will ask I am really worried but I guess it can’t be any worse then the angiogram I had well I hope it isn’t 🙈

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