throat scratching, gagging, upset stomach, bad tasting, brown phlegm
I am 30 years old quit. I quit smoking almost a year now(And know that this is unrelated). I always have gas(belching, bloating, fullness, slight to major painness). Recently keep putting on weight. I am also having this throat scratching, awful tasting, chunky brown (honestly poop looking) phlegm. This phlegm problem is waking me up at night forcing me to throw up. When I throw up its nothing but this brown mucusy acidy crud. I have also been having major fatigue problems as well. Can anyone help. I cant afford a doctor and the er's in florida wont help because I have no money and just want to get me out of thier facility. I am afraid that I may have something really bad wrong with me. please help.
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