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Painful swollowing - something is there...

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  • Posted By: evesapple
  • October 8, 2007
  • 08:44 AM

To begin I am 28yrs old female- I have had hives for the last year - unknown problem, I had tightness in my throat before - but no pain. I have headaches for the last few months, I just got over 2 pink eyes.

Two days ago, I woke up and my throat felt blocked - so I tried to spit and I relized that it was painful for me to swollow. I dont see anything in the mirrow - it hurts to eat as well - but I am functioning for now - who knws what tomorrow or the next may bring.

Please, if anybody can help me with any info. please do tell..:(

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  • I have a problem with my throat closing and it is caused by mold. If I even wash mushrooms with my bare hands then my throat closes. If I have a glass of wine or beer that is contaminated with mold then it closes as well. If there is a lot of pollen in the air then my throat will react to other things sometimes, like apples. Sometimes during the year I cannot eat apples. I think alcohol increases my sensitivity to all allergens. Hope that helps you narrow it down!
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    • October 22, 2007
    • 02:42 PM
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