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Feels like something struck in my throat
From 2 days it's very uncomfortable I feel like something struck in my throat and it starts increasing after evening and as soon as I woke up am drinking hot water and avoided oil foods also it feels more when I use air conditioner but it won't feel anything when breathing deeply also I am very much scared to get checked in hospital because of corona I am taking strepsils it feels little better but it's again temporary please suggest me anything with fast relief
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Please check that your eating habits are healthy , with proper timing of food .. Drink 2.5-3 lit of water. Avoid Chilled as well as too hot food , morning water also should be lukewarm or normal room temperature . Avoid citrous fruits and spicy food too. Can take some over the counters antacids.
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This could be reflux and GERD
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Drink plenty of fluids Avoid oily and spicy food
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You can take an antiallergic to relieve the symptoms Warm saline gargle Tab Paracetamol in case you have pain
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