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Perhaps it's because of problems with the Cricopharyngeal muscle / Upper esophagual sphincter
stigmatisert posted:
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Cricopharyngeal dysfunction:
Dr. Robert Bastian of Bastian Voice Institute explains this progressive swallowing problem, and presents options for treatment.

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Cricopharyngeal spasm:
Dr. Robert Bastian of Bastian Voice Institute explains cricopharyngeus spasm, a problem that causes a troubling sensation of throat constriction or of a foreign body in the throat.

I've got something similar, but much-much more painful (stabbing pain around the Adams apple), so most, probably, I may get a "differensial" diagnose. I don't know. Perhaps it may be helpful...
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Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
Are you posting this information for a specific person? Since you did not post under a "string", I am not sure you will be reaching the right individual.

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