I am 28 years old male, I am having problems swallowing food roughly 3-5 minutes after starting to eat. I experience feeling of throwing-up as I swallow (my stomach feels fine, but my “throat” act as if it is rejecting the food!). There is no associated pain during swallowing, and the only way to ease the process is to drink liquids with food.
All of this is preventing me from eating large quantities of food necessary to gain weight since I am extremely underweight.
Any ideas what is causing this problem? Thanks.
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