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    PLEASE HELP! Food feels like it's stuck in throat!
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    An_218033 posted:
    Hi all, 8 weeks pregnant. Having a terrible time eating. Have a constant feeling all day that my food is in my throat and just won't stay down in my stomach. Not real heartburn, I can just feel the food sitting there and then the thought of it makes me sick and I've had to vomit a few times just to get it out! Tried Tums, but doesn't work at all. Anyone else having this problem? It's like I have a 24/7 vomit burp sitting there. It's so gross!!! Any suggestions GREATLY appreciated!!!
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    sdadkin responded:
    Maybe it's not food in your throat. Maybe it's mucus? That's the problem I have been having for awhile now. You should try and take some sinus medicine for it. It should help.
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