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feels like something is stuck in my chest and throat?

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I was sitting on the couch about 15 min after eating a sandwich and my chest and back started hurting. It also feels like something is stuck in my chest and throat and it hurts when I take deep breaths. Feels like if I could burp it might go away. Does anyone know what this could be Question
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replied July 24th, 2012
Age? Sex? Personal history? Habits? Where in your chest did it hurt? Where in your back did it hurt? Soreness on deep breathing can be associated with conditions like bronchitis. How long have you had these symptoms? Did the symptoms go away?
One thinks of esophageal spasm if something feels stuck in the chest after eating.
I don't know the cause of your symptoms. If they persist, do see your physician.
Please be aware that I am unable to diagnose medical conditions online.


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