Why Does My Chest Hurt When I Swallow Food?

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A chest hurting while swallowing food, can have a number of reasons, some of the most common are a tight chest, too large of a bite of food, the contrast of hot/cold or cold/hot. However, if it is an ongoing situation, medical attention could give you a diagnosis.For now smaller bites, good temperaturs, and ensuring a clear chest, would help the odd occurence.
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Probably because you ate too fast or didn't chew properly. The piece of food is too big. If you have serious chest pains though you should see a doctor.
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Heartburn is the primary symptom of acid reflux. It is a burning
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If you feel a bump on your throat in the area that has the bubble is may be a cyst/tumour. Call you doctor and have them check it out before it gets worse.
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Not Medical Advice: Pain in your chest when eating/drinking can be a sign of gastroesophageal reflux disease (acid reflux) or an ulcer. See MD.
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