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Choking sensation in throat and shoulder soreness with pinched nerve. Will I be okay?

I have a slight choking sensation in my throat and my shoulder has been sore almost as though there s a pinched nerve. I went to the doctor yesterday and after 5 or 10 minutes of feeling around he assured me I just have a sore shoulder. What about my throat?!?! Should I assume he s right or should I follow my instinct In thinking he s full of shit!
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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I read your query regarding chocking sensation in throat associated with soreness on shoulder. You have visited doctor and he told about some neural problem.

Dear I would like to tell you that some time cardiac problems presents with these symptoms but the important thing is-

1- In cardiac problem mostly pain is felt at left shoulder

2- In cardiac etiology pain remains only for very short time not continuous.

Therefore your cardiac examination is necessary to rule out causes for this type of pain.

Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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