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So I am a 29 yr old female. Got diagnosed a year ago with post partum anxiety a year after the birth of my second child. 10 months after getting diagnosed I got the lump in the throat feeling. Went to my Dr many times got diagnosed with globus and about 3 weeks after that it Completely went away. I dieter and exercised. The anxiety was gone I was feeling fantastic and then about 3 months ago the anxiety came barreling back with a vengeance and now a little over 2 months ago the lump came back. I've gone to my Dr many times. Got given an acid reflux medication, the next visit I got the referral to the ENT but still awaiting to find my appointment date and I went back a week ago and got put on an Citalopram. It seems to stay on my left side mostly. Sometimes moves to the right. Most of the time it feels like my throat is super dry and when I swallow it peels apart. Other times feels like a pill stuck, or regurgitated food. I haven't noticed pain, but I'm constantly checking by swallowing. I even grab a flashlight and look in my mouth! Im always paying attention when i eat and drink and so far i only feel it when i swallow saliva. I have no sudden weightloss and my Dr constantly feels my neck and checks my mouth for me when I ask. He isn't concerned at all except for the anxiety. I am so sick of this
Wondering what type of exercises or relaxation techniques anyone has tried that has given some relief?
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