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Saliva getting accumulated in the throat, a whitish tent to it. Choking sensation. What could this be?

Can u tell me if something is wrong? For the last few months I notice I have this saliva in back my throat
... With a whitish tent to it. I have to hack cough it out because its like choking me. I was with a friend and when shed lay down I remember her choking now less then 1 year later I'm doing it. I was drugged by this person. Do u think she gave me something by drinking after her? Or what it could be? It's like some whitish slippery film that collects in back throat.
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Hi there, thanks for asking. It could be a sign that you have breathing problem during your sleep. If you snore, you should know that sleep apnea is a disease that you should be checked for. The issue that you had this problem after using alcohol or drug is that airway problem during night is aggravated by drinking or using substances. It is good to know that you may have it, and fortunately it is not present in all the days at this time. Best wishes.
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