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A 23-year-old female asked:

why does it feel like my food get stuck before it gets to my esophagus and my neck hurts when i eat i constantly throw up my food. what could this be?

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Dr. Cornelius Oleary
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GI doctor: That is a great question. It would be wise for you to visit your doctor. There are several reasons that this can occur. Your physician will evaluate you and determine whether a swallow study is necessary. There could be a narrowing of your esophagus or a stricture, and a Gastroenterologist, a "GI doctor" is the best specialist to determine the cause for you. They can use a camera to scope you.

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