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Capsule sensation in throat
Sir yesterday night 11 pm I have taken a multivitamin capsule and a antibiotic capsule since then I have a feel like capsule sticks in throat or esophagus I can breathe normally talk normally but little feel like capsule sticks there please tell me solution does it require surgery
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Drink more water
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Don’t worry . Have lot of warm water .
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May be the capsule has stuck and then passed away, but the inflammation caused due to that is causing discomfort.
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Antiallergic medicine Plenty of water
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If still problem exist Fibre optic laryngoscopy
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No... Don't panic. capsules give a feel of something stuck in throat. Drink loads of water whenever you take capsule next time. Also hydrate yourself adequately, you will be good
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drink loads of liquid. don't panic. still if you feel something is stuck go and get it checked in person with an ENT specialist
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