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Discomfort at the back of tongue. Painless, no difficulty breathing. Smoked weed

Hey. Uh I m 23 years old. And about three days ago I noticed this weird feeling like at the back of my tongue to my throat . Like sometimes it feels like muscus that isn t going down and other times it feels like my throats closing up or some dry, gaggy feeling. Its painless, I can breathe fine and eat and drink and even sing. But the feeling is very real and just kind of..there. it started out of nowhere. I noticed it after smoking a joint of weed.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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The discomfort is due to the smoking of weed.
Take plenty of fluids and water.
Fruits and vegetables has to be taken in.
Vitamin becosules,c,iron and folic acid supplements has to be administered.
Maintain oral hygiene well.
Brush and floss your teeth and tongue daily.
Quit the habit of smoking weed.
Avoid intake of too much hot/spicy foods.
Avoid stressful jobs.
If symptoms persists,please do visit a dentist.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 18 May 2013
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