IN last few month i started to feel that something at the back of my throat sticking my throat from insaid that makes it hard to breath or swallow, thats feeling gets worst if im wearing something around my neck , like neckless or scarf, i always feel that i have to move it quickly , that my heart beet fast and i have to keep holding my throat so that i can be able to swallow and breath again ,i also have flem (phlegm) ,i went to doctor but he said nothing wrong with my heart,i never felt like thay before, can anyone know whats wrong ?
I have Achalasia....a swallowing problem. I had a heller myotomy 3 years ago at Vanderbilt and am doing great. Still have some problems, but not like before. There are great Dr's at Vandy for swallowing problems.
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