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HI all, I had revision from banding to bypass in October and I feel like there is something in my throat constantly on the left side ever since. Does anyone else have this issue. I also have gotten sick once and maybe TMI; but how else do you find these things out.... when I was sick my vomit only came out the right side of my throat. Wondering if anyone has had this experience or should I be concerned????

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Could it be tonsils or adenoids? I would definitely be seen by a dr if I had this issue.

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Darn. Yeah I would be concerned if it were me.

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Darn. Yeah I would be concerned if it were me.

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See your Surgeon and voice your concerns. They may order an endoscopy because it could be a number of things including webbing or stricture

Good Luck 💚

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My ears and throat were affected after surgery. I felt like someone had stuffed my head full of cotton wool. It took about a month to resolve. Yours has been going on for a long time so I would be going back to see your Dr. You may need antibiotics

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Adenoids and tonsils can and do grow back, go see your Dr to get investigated. It must be so annoying!

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Turned out sinus infection and nasal drip was causing irritation to my throat. Thanks all for the confirmation that I wasn’t losing my mind.

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