It really hurts when I run, and it's not even like a lot, but like a minute after i start, it happens. It worstens and my throat gets dry, but swallowing doesn't help. Water only helps a little. Happens indoors and otudoors, and more at the top like above my voicebox? When i run fast or for long periods.... but jogging i just have a couple of short breaths and altitle trouble breathing and has been happening for years... i never thought it was important enough to tell a doctor, thats all.
I'm not an expert on this subject,
but I reckon that the blood supply to that area above the voice-box increases at a high rate and causes that pain sensation when you run at a fast pace. Maybe you should see a doctor or wait for an expert doctor to reply to this post, as you said it's been happening for years, I don't think it's an emergency.
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