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... I constantly feel like I have something in my thraot and a need to swallow over an over again, but like something wont go down. ... (11 replies)
Trouble Breathing
Feb 15, 2008
... but I am not coughing anything up. I feel that I need to swallow alot as well as having a stuffy feeling inside my head. ... (57 replies)
... Honey, you need to do what my sister does. She got a small baby syringe and a nasal wash. You can buy it at Walmart, I think. Its in powder form. At least the one she uses is. ... (12 replies)

... The phlegm is white and very thick. Sometimes it gets stringy and I start to choke on it. If I'm not coughing, I'm clearing my throat, because phlem is always there, no matter how much I cough up. ... (12 replies)
... and I really don't want to get on any medication either. ... (16 replies)
Chronic Cough
Oct 12, 2013
... If you are having acid reflux issues, you may need to get another GI opinion. You can have a normal Endoscopy and still have acid reflux problems. ... (2 replies)
Is this copd
May 10, 2013
... you might need a swallow evaluation and should see a doctor. ... (1 replies)
... you need to have a swallow study done by a speech therapist. She will observe you swallowing and see the aspiration. I had to because i kept getting pneumonjia and finally they did a swallow study. ... (1 replies)
... ray and Melancholine Challenge Testing and Ive also visited the Psychiatrist and went on a month of anxiety meds that didnt seem to really help. My most recent thing was I went to ER where doc said I had low CO2 levels and to breathe in a paper bag but that didnt help. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to post one additonal thing to everyone else's responses. When someone yawns constantly, it could mean that heart rate or blood pressure is low. ... (35 replies)
... I am sorry that I cannot offer any useful curative information for you, but I wanted to let you know that I empathize. ... (22 replies)
... I would first ask your doc to prescribe you some anxiety meds to see if it subsides the sob sensation. ... (6 replies)
... I don't know how to handle this. Our son, DIL and granddaughter usually come over on Sundays and am very nervous to tell them. I'm the only one in our whole family that smokes. A lot doesn't even know I do it. ... (21 replies)
... It's okay to be scared. And you might be stronger than you give yourself credit for. ... (21 replies)
... When using inhalers, especially Advair, you need to rinse your mouth out immediately after using it. Rinse your mouth good but do not swallow the rinse. Using Advair will cause you to get a condition in your mouth called thrush. Its a yeast infection. ... (4 replies)
... I've been struggling with this for almost 5 years, and I think that I'm finally making some progress. Don't get me wrong, it won't necessarily take you 5 years to start feeling better, it simply has taken me this long to get the right information. ... (2 replies)
... s a smaller amount of acid that moves more quickly up and out of the esophogous. People who suffer heartburn have GERD, which is when more acid escapes but tends to stay in the esophogous. ... (4 replies)
... My grandson is 12 years old and is in 6th grade. He catches cold often and has a weak upper body with weak throat muscles. He cannot spit out phelgm and we need to suction him. He is afraid to swallow the phelgm because of choking hazard. He sleeps in the iron lung. He also uses a vent. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry I'm asking so many questions but it's nice to talk with someone who understands. I've been thru two bottles of Robitussin and two bottles of Mucinex. They bring up a little but not enough for relief. ... (8 replies)
... u'd put a bow tie. Although it weighs less than an ounce, the thyroid gland produces hormones that regulate every aspect of your metabolism, from your heart rate to how quickly you burn calories. ... (7 replies)




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