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Since cervical fusions diagnosed with swallowing problems

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  • I am sorry to hear this. You sound like what I am dealing with. I had to tell my friends not to call me because when I talk it hurts worse and I feel like I am being choked more and more too. So now I am forced into a no speaking season. It is crazy! I see the ENT on the 1st . I never saw him before and not sure what he is going to do and its scary. The thought of living like this for the rest of my life is depressing. I just moved to the San Diego area almost a month ago so all new doctors. Now sure how they operate here but man I hope I can get some relief. I live on soup and have dropped loads of weight. Anyway please keep me posted. So sorry you are dealing with this I would not wish this on anyone.

  • hisbeauty4asheshhisbeauty4ashes Posts: 211
    edited 03/25/2019 - 10:47 AM

    I am sorry to hear this. You sound like what I am dealing with. I had to tell my friends not to call me because when I talk it hurts worse and I feel like I am being choked more and more too. So now I am forced into a no speaking season. It is crazy! I see the ENT on the 1st . I never saw him before and not sure what he is going to do and its scary. The thought of living like this for the rest of my life is depressing. I just moved to the San Diego area almost a month ago so all new doctors. Not sure how they operate here. Praying they listen and try and figure our what to do. Healthcare is not what it use to be. You are just a number and they stamp you and go next without considering you are a human being. I have already experienced that in the emergency room. Anyway I guess I should be grateful I have insurance.

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