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    An_250865 posted:
    For about 3 months I have had to clear my throat several times a day of Mucus. It is a gray color not yellow. At the same time I have had a burning under my chest bone. Always there but some times just enough to keep you aware that it is there an other times fairly sever.
    I am 73 years old but in excellent shape. I work out several times a week and keep very busy all day every day. I eat good food, don't smoke and drink socially. 175 lbs 6 ft tall. White male. Eat mostly fish and chicken meals. Meat about once a week. Don't touch soft drinks. 1 cup of coffe a day. I take Diovan for blood pressure and colestoral pills. Any hope for me ??
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