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Blocked Feeling In Throat
Hi, At nights my stomach chemicals burn my throat. And gives a const feeling of blocked throat. Along with a const high body temp. What should I do?
What causes a feeling of blocked nose and throat nearly all the time but worse at night? Also spitting up clear mucus
Rhinitis: Rhinitis is a common cause for nasal congestion and post nasal drip. Allergic rhinitis to dust mite can cause increased symptoms while sleeping on a dust mite infested pillow and matteress. Pillow and matteress covers can be used to decrease exposure. Vasomotor rhinitis can also lead to increased nasal congestion while head is in the supine position during sleep as well as post nasal drip. ...Read more
Im suffering panic attacks for the past month now. I feel a blocked feeling in the back of my throat that makes me feel like i can't breath.
Panic Attacks: Sorry, i know this can be very frightening. Your panic is likely produced by fear that is mostly a misinterpretation of what is actually happening. Individual pyshcotherapy can be very helpful in this regard, ask your doctor or insurance carrier for a referral in your area to a mental health professional. Also read the weekly updated articles on anxiety and panic on the soundmindz.Org website. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sinuses feel blocked up and it gives me really bad sinus headaches and the feeling that my throat closes is constant. What could this be?
See answer: Unfortunately not quite enough information to give precise advice but a few thoughts come to mind: Possibly the throat closing sensation is related to a post nasal drip or gag reflex. If this has been a constant feeling for number of days it's less likely to be an allergic reaction which would require a trip to the ER. sinusitis> http://bit.ly/1vAJYuJ for consultation>http://bit.ly/1OiIRcI ...Read more
Been feeling a mass (probably mucus) in the chest/throat and when i take a breath in it feels like my airway is partially blocked. Is this serious?
Globus: In a 21 year old, it is unlikely to be serious. See an ENT doctor for exam. ...Read more
Constant throat tightness, swallowing issues, & feeling airways are blocked for years. Getting worse. Will my Upper GI figure out what's wrong?Scared.
May show LERD: Exposure of vocal cords to stomach acid & pepsin will result in inflammation of vocal cords (as is also often seen with acid regurgitation) = lerd. Acute laryngitis may result, but watch out for chronic hoarseness, throat clearing, airway spasms, cough, bronchitis, asthma-type presentation, & even a higher risk of throat cancer. UGI may also reveal other issues--an okay first step in your work-up. ...Read more
Ive had a blocked nose now for months, on and off, happens in each nostril. Could this cause feeling of mucus in my throat?throat feels really full
See doctor NOW!!: Shortness of breath is a serious symptom that can be life-threatening. So, it is a symptom requiring an emergent evaluation. "throat closing" and heart palpitations, in conjunction with shortness of breath, is also potentially life-threatening. You need to be evaluated in an er so these symptoms can be diagnosed and treated right away! ...Read more
FLU SYMPTOMS: Sounds viral. Good news... symptoms don't last long. Bad news... you tend to feel unwell while recovering. Plenty of rest, fluids and over-the-counter symptoms relievers. Still could be INFLUENZA despite the flu vaccine as resistance is occurring again this flu season. Prayers for a speedy recovery. ...Read more
I have a sore throat and blocked nose throat can be hard to swallow. also feeling under the weather and run down the past week. what do i say to work?
"I'm sick": Tell them the truth. You are sick, don't want to infect coworkers ...Read more
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