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Swollen feeling,something stuck in neck,black substance in mucus,uneasiness,dettol and deodorants smell

i feel something is stuck inside my neck and have aswollen feeling also though not painfull.when spit black substance occur in the mucus ,some food gets stuck,uneasiness n swollen feeling when istep out of the house,and then when i spit a lot of black substance comes out.smell of dettol and deodrants makes my throat uneasi.
Asked On : Sat, 10 Mar 2012
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This problem of yours could be due to Chronic pharyngitis. There are various causes which can lead to this condition such as acid reflux disease, chronic sinusitis, infection of the tonsils, allergy, etc. You need to get it evaluated by your doctor. Secondly, the blackish sputum could be due to the sinus secretions coming behind the throat.

Wish you good health

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