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Suffering with cough and allergy, throat irritation, throat gets blocked immediately after meals, impaired voice. Advice?

Hello sir I am suffering from cough like allergy with some irritation in throat . Every time a small volume of cough block my sound and i have to clear it. After my meal my throat always blocked with cough otherwise it is O.K. It is affecting my voice in early in morning and when i want to speak to anybody. My skin, Nose , hair and smelling sense are very sensitive. Please advice me.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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The combination of throat irritation, cough AND voice getting affected after food (as also early morning) raises the possibility of reflux - stomach contents back-flowing to food pipe and beyond...
You have to see your physician for proper evaluation - if it is long (you didn't say how long!), you may need an X-ray, blood count and/or upper GI endoscopy (tube to see your food pipe and stomach)
Good luck
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