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Getting cold and flu symptoms with feeling of something struck in throat. How to get relief?

Hi, im 35 year old female non smoker with no history of bad/serious health issues. Today is the 5th day in a row where approximately 20 minutes after getting up in the morning, I get the feeling that something is stuck in my throat . I have eaten every day something different for breakfast and even gone without breakfast but the feeling comes every day. The feeling has usually gone after 2 hrs and does not reappear until the next day. I have been feeling generally unwell for around 6 days, as if my body is fighting against getting a cold/ flu . Today the feeling is really strong and makes me feel rather sick. The best way I can describe it is that it feels like I have vomited, but that I have then swallowed the vomit and some has got stuck in my throat. My stomach also feels like it has vomit in it. But I have not vomited at all and have not felt like I need to vomit. Do you have any advice? Many thanks in advance!
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Hi ! Rebecca ! It can be oral infection take oral infection antibiotic like amoxicilline. Do warm water gargle with pinch of salt in water. If still same problem. Check sputum for tuberculosis infection. Take care. Bye.
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