Shortness of Breath and Constant Clearing of throat.
I have been experiencing shortness of breath, pain in between my shoulder blades, constant throat clearing and a tightning in my throat for a few months. I have been to my Dr. several times and each time she comes up with the reasoning behind my symptoms, but they never seem to go away. I also went to an ENT and he thought I had acid reflect, he prescribed me some medicine and sent me on my way, After a few weeks of taking them my symptoms seemed to get a little better, so I stopped taking them and now my symptoms are worse. Nost sure if I should go to the Dr. and ask for a CT Scan to make sure it isn't anything more serious than reflex.
I am more worried about the throat clearing and shortness of breath, which usually happens when I am in the middle of a conversation, it seems like I run out of breath before I can finish the sentence.
I am really worried about Cancer and am almost afraid to find the truth. Any advice you could give would be appreciated. Thanks
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