Friday night, I drank a good bit of alcohol then vomited, but with no blood or anything, since then today it's Sunday, whenever I swallow I have mild pain, there's no blood in my mucus or I'm not coughing, any ideas, maybe I just strained it? The pain seems to be on the left side of my throat, also I smoked cigarettes for the first time in a very very long time this past weekend, maybe that irritated it some. Couldn't be anything related to a torn esophogus could it?
It is pretty likely that the smoking and vomiting just caused irritation and strain in your throat and esophagus. If it lasts more that 3-4 days, you should see your Dr. This might also suggest to you that smoking and drinking are not a good idea.
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