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I have little yellow-green bits coming up out of the back of my throat. Is this food that is lodged in my esophagus?

Related Topics: Esophagus, Throat, Food
 

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American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
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It sounds like an ENT or gastroenterology issue. Gastric reflux can be very damaging to the esophagus, as well as the teeth. Oral rinses may help, but it sounds like a medical problem. Start with your internist.

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