"I think it's normal to lose one's voice when you just had a throat surgery.
By the way, was wondering what exactly did you mean by feeling something was stuck? Is it a very apparent sensation or can you barely feel it?
I'm 20. Don't smoke nor drink.
Had a really bad cold the past week. Recently past two days it feels like something is sticking in my throat (somewhere below adam's apple on the right). Doesn't affect my swallowing but every..."
hello i just your response regarding Dr. Haixi Ni. i m here in china, FUDA HOSPITAL getting treated for my PANCREATIC CANCER, but i live in san diego ca, one my TCM DOCTORS here ( dr. wang) he said there is a great doctor in USA but he doesn't where he is practicing now, that his name was Dr. Haixia Ni, and Dr. Wang was his student. would u be kind enough to tell me where exactly he is practicing now..i went to his website but it seems not right though. thanks for your early kindness. like u, i am strongly believe in chinese medicine
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