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My burning throat

About three or four times a month I wake up during the night with severe burning in the center of my throat.  This causes me to have involuntary coughing fits which in turn cause me to vomit.  I assumed I was brining up bile, but noticed it is quite viscus.  I also bring up phlem.  Two years ago I had hiatal hernia surgery.  It was a very large hernia.  The throat burn began several months after the surgery.  They may or may not be connected.  I've had two Endoscopies, both were clear.  I take Omeprazole twice daily, but it doesn't stop the problem.   I don't know what to do and could use some input.
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Possibly something your eating the nite before?..You could have Lactose intolerance. Try Lactaid pills if your eating dairy products. Good Luck
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You could have lactose intolerance--stay away from dairy to see if it gets better. Even reflux meds at times don't help with dairy products..Buy the Lactose pills before dairy..Good luck
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