I've had a cold for about a week now. A few days ago I went to the dr cause I started having pain a few seconds after swallowing (right chest area) it doesn't hurt to breathe.... Just feels heavy. Dr thought I was developing bronchitis but I've been on antibiotics for 4 days now with no improvement.
I'am no Doctor but I would suggest you see your Doctor again and request a chest CT scan to check what comes up. If you feel worse and do not feel improvement or feel heavy, or a noise in breathing or your swallowing gets worse I suggest you go into the ER immediately never assume that your Doctor knows exactly whats wrong with you their humans and once in a while make mistakes its always good to get a Second or even Third opinion. Keep me updated. God Bless You! & may they find whats wrong with you and fix the problem that's causing the problem.
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