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Food stuck in the throat. Feeling better after drinking water. Suffering from emetophobia. Suggestions?

Hi while eating my dinner i didnt properly chew a piece and it felt it get stuck and caused a pain on the way down, i have drank 2 glasses of water since then and it feels a little better (still feels like theres something stuck) the last time i can remember this happening i was very sick a few hours later? Will this happen again ( i have emetophobia)
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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If you have taken any non vegetarian food with bone then you should go to a doctor and get done a X ray done so that it could be located and removed if necessary depending on its position
If its non bone or vegetarian food then you can take carbonated beverages like pepsi / coke so that the food goes down easily and will give you relief.
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