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Tickle Feeling In Back Of Throat
Antihistamines: The most common reason for having a throat tickle is allergy. You may or may not have runny/itchy eyes & nose with sneezing; but it is worth a try. Daily, non-sedating claritin, zyrtec, or Allegra should do the trick. This may be a seasonal thing, or may be year round. If it is more of a constant thing, then switch your daily antihistamine every 2-3 months to maintain the effect. ...Read more
I got this weird itching or tingling feeling in my throat whenever i try to clear it..it goes away n comes back can this be a sore throat coming?
What is the medical term for when a possible tiny piece of food is lodged or trapping your airways way in the back of throat? Major facial & lip swelling, all over top half of body redness with tingling, lips a hint of blue, the feeling of ear plugs in ea
Hello. : Hello. A foriegn body (including food) which is trapped in the airway and makes breathing difficult is a partial airway obstruction. A foriegn body that completely prevents breathing is a complete airway obstruction. I don't know what you are describing. But if you have swelling of your lips and face with difficulty breathing this could be a major allergice reaction. If that is the case - call 911 immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause funny tickling feeling in mouth and throat intermittently for a long time, when it happens it sort of gags me?
I have weakness tingling and shaking on entire right side of my body as well as feeling like there is something stuck in my throat. What is going on?
I am feeling a very mild pain more like a tingling in my left ear and beneath the ear and left side of throat and left jaw line for past 2 days.
What can cause severe lower throat pain, chest pain, tightness, feeling of cinder blocks on chest, short breath and face tingling for a week now?
What can cause: numb and tingling extremities + feeling like a lump in your throat + tingling in the head?
Anxiety: These symptoms are characteristic of an acute anxiety reaction or hyperventilation syndrome. The symptoms are caused by blowing off too much carbon dioxide and can be reversed by rebreathing the exhaled air from a paper bag which replenishes some of the carbon dioxide. If you're experiencing these reactions often, stress management therapy would be helpful. ...Read more
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