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I feel like food stuck in trachea. feeling pain while swallowing.is it a serious issue.should I consult doctor?
Odd statement: There are no position sensors in the trachea so you don't feel things inside. Any foreign substance would trigger uncontrollable coughing. You can feel things in your throat and may have a sore in the swallow tube that would cause what you describe. See a GI doc who can look down your swallow tube. It should be something they can fix. ...Read more
I'm 37 yo female. Lump to immediate right of trachea. No pain upon swallow, but tender to even gentle touch. Intermittent mild dysphasia.
I have had a hoarse voice for over three weeks now associated with pain just above my trachea with severe pain and tenderness to touch i also have an ?
I choked On food earlier today I think a piece is stuck in my trachea breathing feels restricted pain if I breath deeply?
My 17yr olds symptoms:hoarse voice, lump+pain above trachea+sore throat(no mucus), earache. Shortness of breath. Is it her thyroid? Family history of it
Stridor: Tracheal collapse is usually congenital or dur to extrinsic compression, infection, inflammatory conditions, or prolonged intubation. Trachea normally expands on inspiration and narrows on expiration. In conditions of collapse the first noticeable symptom would normally be expiratory stridor or crow as air release becomes more difficult due to exaggerated narrowing of the trachea. Need evaluation ...Read more
Trachea move: I can be moved with you fingers ...Read more
Cough: Small food particles that are aspirated into the trachea will be coughed out and swallowed. ...Read more
For the last few months it feels like my trachea is dislocating and I "pop" it back into place, it's painful. Is this something to worry about?
Is it normal for the trachea to move side to side with a crepitus feeling if palpated? there's no pain associated with it. do I need to worry?
NO: the trachea is slightly mobile and can be palpated and moved from side to side. ...Read more
Trachea stenosis: Trachea stenosis.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tracheomalacia: The term tracheomalacia, is applied to the rubbery or floppy trachea some infants are born with. ...Read more
Thyroid: The thyroid gland can cause that, check with your doctor to see if it is enlarged. ...Read more
I have had dysphagia for years now and i believe to have found part of the problem...colllapsed trachea?
What are the symtoms of trachea damage ? Can it be cured with proper medication or treated by under going surgery ?
Trachea: Tracheal damage is very serious condition. If you suspect, please see ENT as soon as possible or go to er r. ...Read more
LERD & Dysphagia: Exposure of the vocal cords to stomach acid & pepsin will result in inflammation of the 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, bronchitis, an asthma-type presentation, & even a higher risk of throat cancer. Dysphagia with gerd requires evaluation--please get checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No. vertebrae R bone: while the tracheal rings are a fibro-cartilaginous in origin. they are stiff and brittle to some degree that they can be fractured. ...Read more
?: How do you know this??? If you think you have an object in your throat you need to see your doctor right away ...Read more
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