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Sensation of wave moving towards the throat on inhalation, no improvement with inhaler. Heart problem?

Hi, approx every 5 - 10 minutes i have a wave sensation moving upwards in my throat - if you breath through your nose slowly emptying your breath out you get a similar sensation to this feeling, I thought it was a chest infection at first because I smetimes feel it hard to draw breath but got it checked out by my doctor who thought i may be hay fever and prescribed an inhaler , but its not going away even with the weather changing, bit worried as I am having wisdom teeth out next monday using sedation and wondering if its a heart problem and i conk out on the operating table!
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
this may be symptoms of post nasal drip

may be sinusitis
causing pain in teeth
get xray pns waters view

to stop post nasal drip
take tab oflox 200 mgm twice a day
ta montelucast 10 mgm twice a day
syp tossex (cpm+codeine)1/2 tsf thrice a day
cap omeperazole 20 mgm empty stomach
syp gelusil 2 tsf tds
take tramadol 50mgm sos
if your xray is clear then you can think of getting heart tests
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist Dr. Suman Kumar's  Response


may be sinusitis

causing pain in teeth

get xray pns waters view



to stop post nasal drip

take tab oflox 200 mgm twice a day

ta montelucast 10 mgm twice a day

syp tossex (cpm+codeine)1/2 tsf thrice a day

cap omeperazole 20 mgm empty stomach

syp gelusil 2 tsf tds

take tramadol 50mgm sos

if your xray is clear then you can think of getting heart tests
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
I find this answer helpful
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