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Croaking sound in throat?

Probably at some point every day for the last five or so years I've had a croaking sound in my throat. It happens roughly every 30 seconds and can go on and off for hours!

It seems to happen after a big meal and almost always after drinking any liquid, even (and sometimes worse) with tea and water. It never happens before I eat or drink. It's a slightly uncomfortable feeling, but mostly annoying because of how strange it sounds and it can be quite loud if I don't try to hold it back a bit!

I've never met anyone else with it but I've read other threads online with similar things, though they never reach a solution.

Please help if you know what this is or how to remove it, thanks!


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11338519 tn?1417366630
go to walmart and purchase some zantac, sounds like acid reflux.
6278619 tn?1380000914
Could be GERD from a hiatal Hernia or believe it or not something stuck in there.  I have had both and still have the hernia.  In my case if I eat too much, get drunk, or coffee I get acid shooting up my throat and sliding back down.
11465022 tn?1418659599
you may need to be seen and checked for thyroid cancer.
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