Last night it wasn't near as bad as it was when I left work (couldn't really feel the weird sensation - almost felt normal by the time I went to bed) and I didn't really wake up this morning with this sensation until I thought about it.
It started yesterday with a little feeling of bump on my left sideofthe throat. Now <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>when</span> I woke up it feels like a freaking fork is stuck on the left sideof my throat. I can't hardly swallow and when I do it feels like somebody is stabbing me hard on my throat. Worse is the fact that I think it has crept down even further my throat and my chest heavier then it has ever been. I can only tolerate soup and nothing else. I am trying not to talk as much either because that makes it painful also.
the vet said we should get a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>chest</span> and abdomen xray <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>when</span> we returned again with her refusing to eat. It showed no mass or obstruction. they gave her a nausea shot (Cerenia) we then took her home and we have continued to force feed her. I have tried everything you suggested prior to me inquiring and multiple other things. We are now taking tablespoons of peanut butter and smearing it inthe roofof her mouth. We returned today with her to the vet.
It's been two and one-half years since I quit, and I'm very happy about it. But that's <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>when</span> this swallow<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>in</span>g problem first started. I thought it was because I quit smoking, but even then, I couldn't bring myself to smoke again. I have been on prozac and paxil for depression. I am now seeing a therapist/hypnotist, but I still can't get rid of this. I cancel dinner dates and lunches with people who don't know about this problem. I avoid eating a lot ofthe food I love.
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