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    Hi. It's not a nice sensation. Have you been to your doctor to get them to check your general health, look down your throat, run some tests? Best get it checked out by a health professional for a diagnosis.

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    My mother in law smokes and she’s 70 year old. She has to get her throat stretched every three months. 
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    One of the meds I'm on was in tablet form, once a week. It caused acid reflux and irritated my throat. Medication can cause swallowing problems, irritation rather than allergies. Swollen lymph glands can press on the throat, it's a symptom worth going to a doctor about to find the cause.

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