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Yesterday afternoon i had a crippling sensation of food being stuck in my throat. this is not too alarming because my esophugus spasms from time to time making it hard to swallow food. However this time it seemed to not go away. any time i try to eat or drink i feel it get to the lump then i immediately vomit it back up. Also any time i lay down the pain gets worse and i feel as though i need to vomit but cannot. and finally if i breathe to heavily or too quickly the pain get's worse and i get the same sensation of needing to vomit without being able to. any advice on how to deal with or preferably get rid of this pain would be appreciated i have not eaten or drank for over 12 hours, and cannot sleep from the pain.

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Well, it could be caused by hyperthyroidism (over activity of the thyroid gland). You may find hard swallowing food if your thyroid gland is enlarged. You should get your hormones checked. Hyperthyroidism is a condition caused by the effects of too much thyroid hormone on tissues of the body. People with hyperthyroidism usually experience fatigue at the end of the day, but have trouble sleeping. Common symptoms and signs of hyperthyroidism are: Palpitations, Heat intolerance, Nervousness, Insomnia, Breathlessness, Increased bowel movements, Light or absent menstrual periods, Fatigue, Fast heart rate, Trembling hands, Weight loss, Muscle weakness, Warm moist skin, Hair loss, Staring gaze.
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look up schatzki ring! might help

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