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Food stuck in throat constantly

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Panther79 Fri 06-Nov-15 15:51:43

Hello all,

I am 24 weeks pregnant and I have this horrible gaggy feeling after I eat, as though the food hasn't gone all the way done my stomach and is just sitting in my throat. I drink water to push it down my throat which seems to help for a few minutes and then it starts again. It can be like this for hours after I eat. Puts me off eating really.

Anyone else had this? And if so, did you find a way to make the feeling go away?
I feel pretty miserable feeling like this.

TIA
Panther

Tootsiepops Fri 06-Nov-15 15:56:30

Have you had your thyroid checked? What you've described can be a symptom (although it wouldn't be food you can feel but rather your thyroid is swollen and makes your throat uncomfortable).

Panther79 Fri 06-Nov-15 16:01:53

Thanks Toots for replying.

Would that be part of the normal checks that the hospital does as part of the antenatal checks? I am sorry for the ignorance.
If it is then all tests came clear.

This just started in the past week. I have tried calling my GP and unfortunately there's no availability to be seen until next week.

Evianbaby15 Fri 06-Nov-15 21:11:42

Have you tried gaviscon or similar - sort of a similar sensation to reflux which I suffer with massively in preg
Sometimes it feels burny like bile is in my throat and other times when it's a bit milder it feels like a lumpy like I haven't swallowed my food properly.

sophiejelley3 Fri 06-Nov-15 23:15:32

I has this when I was pregnant, nothing would shift it! It felt like I constantly had a piece of food stuck in my throat but was actually caused by acid reflux! I went to the doctors and got this white peppermint liquid I think it began with m or something, sorry that's not much help. I'm not sure what it was called but it was much better than gaviscon and I had it before meals and before bed and within 2 days I was back to normal.

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