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GERD symptoms, food gets stuck while swallowing - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
User :   Hey I am just wonder can you have GERD without heartburn??????????
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i will help you in this
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please provide age, gender and location
User :   24 male
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and yes GERD in chronic cases over the time becomesquiet
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so a person may have GERD without heartburn
User :   awsome
User :   I just had that question
User :   because my doctor said I may have gerd
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what are the other symptoms that you are having?
User :   cant swallow very well and cant talk very well with no pain
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can you explain your symptoms in a bit more detail?
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do you have swallowing difficulty or pain during swallowing?
User :   When I eat my voice gets weird sounding
User :   no pain at all when i swallow just like it gets stuck
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do you have nausea?
User :   not at all
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do you feel the food getting stuck immediately after eating?

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where do get this stuck feeling? in the upper throat or lower part of food pipe?
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