Our expert says:
A persistant sore throat can be a sign of underlying problems like a blood disease, acid reflux in your throat, or chronic allergies. You need to have some basic blood tests done and you may need a gastroscopy to see if you have acid reflux. A GP can do the initial tests, so if your doctor does not want to examine this further maybe you should get a second opinion
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