Lump in throat feeling due to stress and anxiety?

Possible. Globus sensation, which is the sensation of food stuck in through when under stress or anxiety happens to some people. The mechanism is unclear.

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Past 3 days been feeling lump in throat when I swallow, been told its anxiety. I don't think it is, it happens when I'm not stressed?

Probably not serious. Feeling a painless lump in the throat on swallowing is quite often a stress symptom in female patients. It is oftentimes described as "having a ball in my throat"(Globus pharyngis) If there is no difficulty swallowing normal size pieces of food (i.e. You don't have to cut your food into tiny pieces to swallow) it's is not likely there is anything serious causing it. See Wiki http://bit.ly/1oi9joX. Read more...

What can cause a lump in throat feeling? It's making me nauseous. I keep trying to burp it away, but it comes right back. Stress? Indigestion?

Globus sensation. This is a common sensation that is poorly understood. It's not dangerous, and may be related to stress. It is often seen in people with reflux disease. See you primary care if it is bothersome enough, or persistent. Ask if a referral to a GI specialist is appropriate. Hope this helps! Read more...

I only had a panic attack once does the lump in throat from anxiety ever disappear and when does it disappear?

Lump in throat. If you have on-going lump in the throat sensation after a panic attack it is most likely from underlying anxiety. Rather than suffer, seek help on how to gain control over your anxiety through cognitive behavioral therapy or other modalities. Read more...