Lump in throat relieved by burping

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At the worst times it feels like there is a lump in my throat and pressure in my chest and I also get really painful hiccups sometimes, just one or two at a time. Another Dr. said it was just stress and honestly I think he thought I was making it up because it wasnt happening while I was in his office which wasnt helpful! The one time I want the gurgles... If anyone knows of anythign that actually works I would love to hear it!
Dear Sir, I have a constant Phlems blocked in my throat with difficulty expelling them out, sometimes with some bitter taste in the month and the mouth also I feel some kinds of a little scratching. Thanks Mr.
I have all of the same symptoms . i see that was nearly a year ago . are you still having problems like this ?
I have the same exact problem with a lump in my throat and excessive mucus in my throat for 6 months also. I have been to doctor after doctor and had every test done. Today I went to a 3rd ENT, and he put a camera in my nose down into my throat and actually saw the abundance of mucus along with swelling. All the other doctors told me it was GERD and it was just a sensation. I knew I wasn't nuts.
After around 15 days on Omeprazole now, the burping has definitely reduced (only just before food and immediately after), but now I feel a lump in my throat sometimes, followed by a mild burning sensation in chest (highest when hungry). I also have a cough when I talk. I have since then become regular with food habits (same time every day, dinner 2.5 hours before bed time, etc.) -- But this has not helped.
This may or may not be what you have, but hopefully it will help someone. I always felt like something was stuck in my throat or I had a lump in my throat, sometimes left side, sometimes right side. I had trouble swallowing, was afraid to eat at first for fear or choking. I was very terrified for months.
My symptoms are often accompanied by a tightness in my tonsil area of the neck. Symptoms can also be relieved by stretching the neck or pulling the skin away from your throat slightly. I believe that the nausea is caused by swollen neck glands. What is causing the swelling is probably systemic, which would explain why letting the body rest for a few days during the fast seems to have an effect. Very interesting!
It began in 1976 and re occurs every 5 to 6 years. I get a sore throat (not tonsils but when you swallow) I now go straight on antibiotics and use Bricanyl inhaler although it doesnt seem to have much effect except to cause alot of mucus coughed up from the lungs. It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out.
I think I have what Will3477 describes. There is a tightness under my jaw - almost like I've been chewing too much or something. There is also this sensation of something at the back of my throat that makes me want to gag. I have to swallow hard to make it go away and sometimes I feel like that feeling might be mucus piling up back there. The other day, however, I realized that it sort of feels like that lump in throat you get when you're about to cry.
Oh I almost forgot, I also had the "lump in the throat". My thyroid was actually enlarged due to the acid reflux! I had an endoscopy and colonoscopy... dx- esophagealitis (also caused by reflux) Pain in the ribcage so bad Id be hunched over screaming in pain....please go to your dr's and ask for a blood test- celiacs, gluten sensitivity, even chrones disease....
About 6 weeks ago I had a bad cold that went away, 2 weeks later I started having a pain in my upper throat along with a "lump in the throat" feeling. I have always had on and off heart burn, so immediately thought GERD. It didn't feel like a sore throat, just a pain in the upper throat, a lump feeling. I don't feel any discomfort when I first wake up or when I swallow. Eating actually makes it feel better. So, after two weeks I went to a family practice Dr.
I feel like there is a lump in my throat, but it doesn't stop me from eating. I have no energy by the end of the day and some times it feels like my right kidney hurts. I was taken to the hospital last April with terrible pain in my lower back and right side. After many tests they desided I was passing a kidney stone. I did have blood in my urine and ended up with a nasty bladder infection the next day. Which cleared up with anti-biotics.
(although I have no problems eating or drinking and do not choke on food) and the shakes more often it happens when I have just woken up and I find the simplest things that make me jump out of my skin I also have panic attacks although I don’t get the racing heart and breathlessness – I do get shoulder and neck pain, lump in the throat, upper back pain, pressure ache like in my chest/throat along with stabbing pains under my left breast, I also feel achy chest when I take deep breaths in (but n
I also told her that where I am constantly burping all of the time, it has made it feel like I have a lump in the back of my throat, she said that is caused by stress (I have been stressing over it BIGTIME and been crying almost every day cos it's so so uncomfortable and ruining my lifestyle), and she said the acid also causes it as it aggrevates my throat. Please can someone who has these symptoms talk to me! And tell me if all this constant belching is normal.
- Occasional ear, arm and chest pain. - Frequent Migraines which are no longer relieved by my usual medicine. - Feeling of liquid in the throat and "vurping." Nothing that really burns, it just feels like I'm bringing some liquid up when I belch. - Weakness and fatigue, especially in the head and legs. - Palpitations and a feeling of not getting enough air. Tends to happen more at night or when sitting down. Gaviscon Advance temporarily relieves these symptoms but not entirely.
I have problem with a little residue of food getting stuck like a lump in my throat. It was suggested perhaps I have a weakened sphincter muscle, due to my GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) or medication I am taking. You might have an ENT or GI doctor check your throat for signs of GERD. Third item- It might be that with the exertion, the added pressure to your vascular system and with a congested nose, it makes the pressure in your nose worse and causes pain?
** Long but please read ** Okay guys, this is my first post here but I think I fit in well. I'm hoping that someone can help. Starting early 1999, age 22, I began having stomach problems. Upset stomach, heartburn and that "lump in my throat" that would never seem to go away. After a couple months I went to my Dr. and it was diagnosed as a mild stomach ulcer with mild reflux (causing that "lump").
feeling of a lump in my throat weird tastes in my mouth belching irritated throat burnt tongue (probably by stomach acid) belching A few times, my throat got irritated after singing two songs with my friends or drinking two beers. ENT diagnosed me by chronic laryngitis and found my vocal chords slightly damaged by something. Allergy doctor found out that I have an deficiency of T-lymphocytes ( I think it was caused by that long-term malnutrition).
He prescibed two meds that seemed to have worked up until 2 weeks ago when the burning in my throat returned accompanied by a constant lump in my throat and difficulty swallowing solid foods. I went back to my Dr. and he felt I was having a "flare up", so he prescribed Nexium for a two week period to get it under control. Well, the burning has subsided but there is still a constant lump in my throat and I still have constant difficulty in swallowing.
For as long as I can remember I've gotten phlegm stuck in my throat and have to spit it out... and the more stuff in my throat, the less likely I am to be able to burp as well. Hope this is something that can be helpful. I'd like to know if it is. Keep me posted.
Sensation of something stuck in the lower throat/and or beginning of the oesophagus or trachea occurs intermittently, and can cause periods of debilitating retching and choking. Clicking in throat is often times accompanied by foriegn body sensation in the same area. This is extensively documented in the medical literature.
chronic belching after meals, horrible acid feeling in my throat, throbbing pains in the left side of my chest (felt almost like that feeling you get in your stomach when you're on a roller coaster, but just in my left side...the stomach side). I thought it was bad acid reflux so I took a bunch of over the counter things to remedy it: Pepto Bismol, Tums, Prilosec, etc. I started trying all kinds of different acid reducers, thinking one of them was the right one for me.
the voice hoarseness and lump in throat, dizzy, bloating, mucus in stool, headache, excessive gas... those are ALL symptoms of GERD. I have the same problem. Throbbing in my head, messed up sinus, sinus headaches, and they are all contributing factors. Acid in the stomach makes for mucus production. That leads to more acid in the stomach... back aches, neck pain, joint pain, racing heart.. its all the bigger picture. You need to try the BRAT diet. Bread, rice, apples, tea....
I just had my 2nd upper endoscopy in 7 years by the same dr and I still am suffering from a severe sore throat and cough after 6 days from the procedure. The first UE was uneventful. This is considered a severe complication from research I have done online. I went to my ENT on the 3rd day post/UE and he said to give it another 3-4 days and it will get better. That would bring it up to about a week after I had the procedure. The ENT said to call him back if it was not better.
I have been in contact with the clinic on the phone, talked about the pulling, tightness and lump sensation in my throat. After the surgery on my first followup appointment I still had a lot of GERD symptoms, the surgeon wasn't that concerned, but he did say that my original symptoms were rather unique or not the norm and suggested that maybe something other that GERD was causing them.
In one word, YES. The esophagus is a simply a muscle. The esophagus though a simple muscle, is involved with very complex actions brought about thru the central nervous system. The influence of other muscles within the neck, throat, chest, abdomen, upper back, etc. is profound and clearly requires precise coordination to maintain health. The term " Globus Sensation" or " Globus Histericus", (G.H.) describes the sensation of something in the throat or upper chest.
Yes, the tightness in the throat is caused by acid in the esophagus. I've had the same thing for the last few months which many doctors told me was due to "stress and anxiety". Of course, I didn't have any anxiety prior to being told, basically, that the doctors didn't know what I had and that I'd have to live with it. I began to suspect it was due to acid when I bent over, threw up, and felt better.
I called the nurse to say the pains were still there but I was now burping and had a lump in my throat. She said she had thought it was reflux and wondered why the doc didn't discuss that with me. She spoke to the doctor and he decided I should start on 150mg ranitidine BID. Well that worked for all of a week, then the pains came back. This time accompanied by sweats and sometimes nausea. And not to mention panic and a ton of anxiety on my part.
Even swallowing oatmeal is agony and water hurts very bad. I woke up in the middle of the night 3 days ago with a big lump in my throat. It felt like I had taken a large pill and it didn't go down all the way. I went back to sleep and now it's been 3 days. I no longer have the feeling of something being in my throat, but now the pain is on my right upper back, just below my shoulder blade. I am going to my doctor today and will keep you all updated.
Wow - I'm so glad I found this site! I'm 43 years old, and have been suffering from that "lump in your throat" feeling (diagnosed as acid reflux disease) for 5 years now I also have heart palpitations. The throat symptom went away when I started taking 40 mg of Prilosec daily, and was under control until recently. Within the last couple of months, it's back with a vengence. About 3 years ago, I started to have heart palpitations.
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