"no she didn't but it happens infrequently, like after drinking too strong black coffee, caf or decaf, or some food that caused it or chewing gum ... "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Your family doc can refer you to a Gastroenterologist who can check forreflux - reflux can be a really nasty affair. Can lead to something called Barrett's Esophagus :http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/barretts-esophagus/HQ00312which if left alone can go to cancer.Also, can require a "stretching" of the esophagus to allow swallowingwhole foods. My father had to have these procedures and a week or sobefore them he could only swallow "Ensure" or similar pablum-qualityliquids.Overall, something I would suggest is worthwhile avoiding.Howie52Seeing a doctor ain't fun but it is sometimes a lesser evil.
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