Feeling something stuck in my throat


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This could be caused by earing too large of a pice of something, or swallowing too fast and then you are getting the "slimes". Try cutting your food in much smaller peices and chewing more and swallowing slower.

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I have had the same feeling since surgery last month and ita defo not food that's stuck with me.

When we had a tube down our throats for surgery it obviously makes us very dry and irritates the throat. What my surgeon said to me is sometimes when the tube is in, it creates a wee dent in the throat which can take a few weeks to clear.

Symptoms of something stuck the size of a Lego cube in throat is most normal one and it feels like it moves then comes back.

Mine is thankfully almost gone but really annoying.

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I think I had this too. Not lego sized, maybe pea sized.. but still something odd. I'm 2 months out today and realized it has cleared up recently.

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I feel the same way, and I have the foamy stuff too. Had that pre and post surgery. I think the culprit is the reflux and you really have to be consistent with the omozprole or ranitidine that your doc might have suggested or prescribed. I notice when I take that constantly I don't have the issues. I know it doesn't hurt but it sure is uncomfortable.

I'm having this same issue with just Water to be honest. I'm ready for this to get a little more bearable when it comes to drinking and eating even soft foods.

but we gotta hang in there. This too shall pass

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Try chewing three Papaya Enzymes after you eat if you feel something stuck. They help break it up and with the digestion. I had that happen a couple of times. You get the slimes which is a stringy trail of saliva that you keep spitting up. The doctor says Papaya Enzymes are perfectly safe to take. Try smaller bites and chewing evn more than you are too.

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