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    Chiquita04 posted:
    I have a constant feeling of the need to regurgitate most of the day, and it is especially strong in the evening. I feel like whatever I have eaten is stuck in my throat and ready to come back up.

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    stopnshop13 responded:
    I have the same problem. It is making me constantly nauseous I don't know what to do anymore nothing helps. The feeling of having something in my throat is always accompanied by coughing up bile I cannot stand it anymore but have no idea what to do.


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