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I feel like i have something stuck in my throat.

i feel like i have something stuck in my throat. the hospital did an x ray and the doctor thought she may have seen what she called calcerised tissue or bone but said she did not see any cancer . I am really worried as I have now developed a sore throat and slight heavy chest . please advise. also feel like I have a burning feeling in my esophagus sometimes. I am so worried that it is cancer that I keep looking on the internet and then develop the symptoms of what I read. It first happened when I ate a meal 2 weeks ago. the meal was in a cafe and was homemade breast of chicken goujons, rice and chicken curry, i also had a crispy bread role. I feel like I have something stuck in my tissue. I smoked but not heavy and gave up ten years ago, only smoked full time for about 5 years. I have never been a drinker. the hospital wrote back to my GP saying that if symptoms persist to refer to Ear nose and throat specialist they did not include the x-ray. I rang the hospital to check if it had been read and they said that it had not been looked at yet and that to stop worrying as if the docotors had thought it was anything bad they would have kept me in or contacted my doctor immediately. I also sang for a couple of years and I teach so do quite a lot of talking
Asked On : Fri, 18 Feb 2011
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Hi well come to Hcm
Doctors usually donot hide any illness from the pt what they are suffering.On the contrary they always make them aware of it so that pt takes proper care of his illness
In your case nothing seroous is being informed by doctor and you are doing guess
work.Leave it and if needed can take help of Psychiatrist if Your doctors FEELS SO
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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