Laryngopharyngeal reflux

What are symptoms of LPR (laryngopharyngeal reflux)?

First of all, let’s see what is LPR? It is basically a condition in which the acid of the stomach comes up to the throat leading to the irritation and inflammation of the structures of larynx and pharynx. It is also called silent reflux because it may not present with the typical symptoms of, acid reflux. The common symptoms of this condition are:
1. Frequent throat clearing
2. Sore throat
3. Chronic cough
4. Patient may have change in voice
5. Sensation of something sticking in the throat
6. Sensation of lump in the throat
7. It may present sometimes with bitter taste at the back of throat.