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Repeated choking, change in voice, stabbing shoulder and throat pain, breathing difficulty. Treatment advise?

Got choked repeatedly about a year, two years maybe ago? I have since had difficulty swallowing , voice has somewhat changed very slightly, stabbing pain in shoulder/collar bone area, and occasionally have a stabbing pain in throat that is for someone with a high tolerance to pain (I deal with arthritis daily!) is a horrific pain and constricts my breathing .. I obviously have dealt with this for some time but sometimes it really worries me and I wouldn t want something to eventually dislodge, if possible... Anyway my question, is there anything that could possibly after that long be a threat to me? I never went to the doctor for it as I wanted to move on from that part of my life as quick and swift and effective as possible. Even my swallowing has become louder?
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
this is allegic sinuses as there is exposure to allergen particularly seasonal
there is post nasal drip causing infection of throat and pain in throat and this is refered to shoulders
post nasal drip when irritate the vocal cords causing cange in voice
and pnd in chest causes breathingproblem and pnd in stomach auses gerd which cause difficulity in swallowing
et investigated from allergy doctor who can find the cause of allergy and treat accordingly
Answered: Tue, 22 Oct 2013
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