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- R-CPD (The inability to burp): Retrograde Cricopharyngeus Dysfunction is a condition where the upper esophageal sphincter (cricopharyngeus muscle) cannot relax in order to release the “bubble” of air.
- Still Coughing After COVID-19? Some patients who have recovered from COVID-19 still experience a lingering cough. One cause could be Sensory Neuropathic Cough, where the infection has “damaged,” or “sensitized” sensory nerve endings in the trachea, larynx, or throat.
- Cricopharyngeal Spasm: Hyper-contraction of the cricopharyngeus muscle, which causes a constricted or lump-in-the-throat sensation. Cricopharyngeal spasm is a harmless disorder, but it can cause great anxiety for somebody who is experiencing it and has not received a clear diagnosis for the symptoms.
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