I experienced pain immediately after sneezing. The pain has been there since this occured a week and a half to two weeks ago. It hurts in the front on my throat where you would do a tracheotomy. It hurts when I look up. It seems to stretch it and pain ensues. It hurts to swallow and talk. It feels sore like a sore throat but it is very low in my throat. It actually feels like something is stuck in there. Can you please advise what this could be?
As a side note, this pain actually went away for about 5 days and then came back abruptly when I was eating french fries. It has been hurting ever since. It definitely feels like the muscle is involved somehow since it is affected when I move my head up and down. Thanks again for any feedback.
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