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What does it mean when it feels like you have a lump in your chest and throat and you cant swallow it?

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Having a lump in your throat or the sensation that it’s hard to swallow is a very common sensation among anxiety sufferers. However, it could be caused by several things. Thrush is one ailment. While allergies may also be the cause. The only way to know for sure is to see your doctor. Let him know if you’re also having headaches or dizziness. Any comments?

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  1. Latisha says:

    Many people experience each 'lump in the throat' when confronted by it possibly means that you suffer from inappropriate anxiety levels also called anxiety disorder Now, place your hand on your throat at the position where it meets your chest and Why does your throat feel like you have a lump in it when you swallow

  2. Garnett says:

    AHH! YOUR TOTALLY NOT ALONE! I get the lump in the throat thing all the time! It makes me feel like im gonna throw up! ITs scary and i hate it! i take cought drops whenever it happens and my brains seems to tell me they work ha totally not alone.! best wishes!

  3. Frankie says:

    feels like a lump in throat when i swallow? Today I woke up with throat. Its not painful at all this wierd feeling in my but this really strange lump feeling when i swallow. A

  4. Cleotilde says:

    Esophageal dysphagia refers to the sensation of food sticking or getting hung up in the base of your throat or chest. Common causes of esophageal dysphagia include achalasia, aging, esophageal stricture, GERD, and others. See your doctor if… More:http://www.chacha.com/question/why-is-there-a-lump-in-my-chest-and-throat-when-i-swallow

  5. Kitty says:

    It can occur for reasons such as the lower jaw being pushed too far back which narrows your airway and restricts tongue movement. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-causes-the-lump-in-the-throat-feeling-making-it-hard-to-swallow

  6. Mariella says:

    These could possibly be symptoms of sever acid reflux. See a doctor for a proper diagnosis asap. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-can-symptoms-of-mid-chest-pain-and-a-feeling-like-a-lump-in-the-throat-be

  7. Merilyn says:

    If you have any symptoms to add to this list, please email them to me with a description of the sensations you experience. Sometimes it feels as if your chest will not expand to accommodate the air Lump in throat & Difficulty swallowing Sometimes it feels like you cannot swallow anything and trying to makes it worse.

  8. Pamala says:

    One is having a nagging cough over a period of time that just will not go away. If you have a cough that you can't shake and don't feel it is associated with a or a lump in your breast or anywhere else in your body this is a classic warning bit or have great pressure in your chest or your throat when you try to swallow. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_4586660_what-warning-signs-cancer.html

  9. Ana says:

    I have had this feeling for the past 6 years. I feel like my life has become so horrible with this. Last year I had a barium swallow and dr. Said everything looked fine. I had an upper endoscopy in 2008 everything was fine. But her lately I have been feeling worse with this. I just feel like I have something stuck really bad in throat. Food hurts when it goes down. Sometimes I feel like my food wants to come back up because it’s just sitting in my esophagus. Mid chest hurts so so bad. When I burp it hurts as well. I just want to feel good. Does anyone feel this out there. Please share with me. I need to know I. Ok.

    • Rebecca says:

      Ana, I was reading about a case where a woman was suffering from similar symptoms. She was burping a lot, food wouldn’t go down or if it did she would feel really full after a bite a two and the food would come back up. Her dr said nothing was wrong, everything looked fine, they even told her she was imagining it and might have an eating disorder. Finally she was sent to an ear nose and throat specialist and what was happening was that the muscles in her esophagus weren’t pushing the food into her stomach so it was backing up in her actual esophagus causing the feeling of fullness and the food to come back out. Food wasn’t reaching her stomach and just filling her esophags instead. See if you can get into see a specialist and ask him about this? Hope this helps.

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