I just signed up and saw this discussion. This is me. I am almost to the point of not eating. I see what others have wrote and I am glad I am not alone. Everyone seems to thinks it is anxiety.. well without the issue I dont have the anxiety.. I hate the feeling and I usually end up throwing up. I have had the egd done but my gastro doc. wants to do those other swallowing test but they sound awful. I cannot do those.. I have a gag relfux. plus with all these test they come back normal so whats the point. I did like what the one wrote that it could be allgergies and the musus is getting stuck and mixed with food because even nothing on my stomach and only water it makes me throw up.. I have been on the gerd meds for years too so it isnt that or not helping and I got my gall bladder removed.l. I now will try some type of allergy meds then.. otherwise I dont know what to do...just dont eat? it all just feels like it sits in throat and I am on meds, all my test are normal.. so what could it be? I need to change my diet though... eat less sugar, carbs. caffeine and see if that works. but even veggies and fruits do the same feelingView Thread
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