I would probably attribute it to allergies or some exposure that was temporary. Now, if you get any indication there's an infection going on (fever or pain
) or feel your throat
may close up, that would be a different picture.
I used to feel like my throat was so dry it stuck together at times, particularly at night. It turned out to be a combination of mouth breathing and sleep apnea.
If you'd feel more comfortable about it, never hurts to see the doc, except maybe in the wallet.