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Throat discomfort on swallowing, feels like an obstruction, difficulty breathing. Cause of concern?

Im 31 years old...its been 3 days now since i felt discomfort from my throat .everytime i swallow even im not chewing anything seems theres something inside..seems theres a stone or something that blocking every time i swallow..and connecting into my heart or chest i dont know..that i can hardly breath for sometime for a while...any serious with this?? bit scared...Thanks..
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM

You are suffering from an upper respiratory infection. Please visit a doctor/ hospital , an x-ray of chest will be required here. Yes upper respiratory infections requires prompt treatment, occasionaly hospitalization also is done, depending on the severity of case.

Alternatively you may see a homeopath for this problem, esp if you have an allergic condition/ recurrent infections.

Meanwhile warm water intake, steam inhalation helps reduce swelling in the passages.

Thanks & Regards
Dr.Anshita Singh Rathore
Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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