If you have had tests that prove that there is nothing wrong with your mechanism of swallowing, then you are likely suffering from an anxiety disorder called hypochondriasis
. This is a disorder that manifests as feelings that something is medically wrong, even when the person has had extensive tests proving that there is nothing at all medically wrong. The treatment for hypochondriasis is psychotherapy
and psychotropic medications that treat anxiety, such as sertraline
and paroxetine or fluvoxamine
. I suggest you see an ENT surgeon first to make sure there is nothing physically wrong with you. If after seeing the surgeon, it is determined that nothing is physically wrond, you should of course consult a psychiatrist
regarding your fears and anxieties. I hope this answers your concerns! Best of luck and do try to feel better!