What is this choking condition?

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Offline thedoc

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What is this choking condition?
« on: 27/07/2015 19:50:01 »
sedibe asked the Naked Scientists:
I have a problem with my gullet or oesophagus to stomach channel. I have a choking feeling of some object which was unsuccessfully treated with antibiotics for 7 days. Now it is back and rises when I am hungry and within an hour after meals. I have tried anti-acid medicines and they don't work. The feeling is like a golf-ball choking my throat in sporadic movements. My blood pressure is normal and my temperature too. What is this phenomenon and how do I solve it? I am a B blood group.

What do you think?
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Re: What is this choking condition?
« Reply #1 on: 27/07/2015 21:12:23 »
Several things could cause that and none of them can be diagnosed on the internet or even amongst we towering intellects who frequent this forum. Some of them could be bad news- so you shouldn't waste your time -- or get scared.

My Uncle Bodie used to say, "Even a blind rooster gets lucky if he don't quit." In other words go back to your doctor and let him keep trying until he figures it out.

Unless your doctor is an obvious boo-hoo, do NOT doctor shop. They will all start with the same step as the others. That doesn't catch any fish. You may have to go to step 4 or 5.

Going here will just get you a bunch of ninnys telling you about hoe granny used to gargle with vinegar and salt.