After a full day of waterskiing/tubing I have a lump in my throat that feels like a bone protruding from around my coller bone. While skiing I went down particularly hard onto the upper right of my chest.
Now I have a lump in the right side of my throat that I can feel constantly, when I swallow I feel a wierd, slightly painful sensation. When I press down on the area it doesn't feel like a bone, kind of like a lymph node.
I can eat with some strange pains.
I can breathe, but my right lung doesn't feel normal, kind of like it's not filling with as much air as it usually would.
The condition seems to be getting worse.
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