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Choking while having food, water. What could be causing this?

hello, my issues is when i am eating food or drink i feel like i choking, it started early this year after i was in the hospital for a few days for high blood pressure and my heart and lungs go swollen i dont remember the name of what i had but is was leading to heart failure , i when to the doctor and he said it was sinus it stopped for a few months but not it is back, what do you think it could be, i have stop taking milk, cheese and eggs
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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one reason for such a symptom can be allergic. make sure you are not allergic to anything. you can do that by trying to eliminate one things at a time see if your symptoms improve.
also if its persisting and progressing you should ideally get a scan done after the advice fr your doctor after seeing you in person and examining you.
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