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Feeling of food getting stuck in throat causing pain radiating to back, pain only during swallowing. Cause and remedy?

When I swallow anything it feels as if something is stuck in my throat area/upper right shoulder area and the pain raidates into my back. It is as though there is something stuck in my lower throat that the food has to get past. I can get the food down okay though. It just suddenly started last night - i have not eaten anything with bones etc and I am otherwise healthy. The pain is only there when swallowing .
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
do you run fever?
is it of sudden onset or is there for some time?
can you swallow liquids better than solids?
do u have throat pain?
dear, exact diagnosis will need additional info on your problem.

can u pl. elaborate on this?
Would be glad to help.
if it is sudden onset, inflmmation etc must be the cause. if slowly developing, growth, bulbar weakness etc,
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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