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I keep gagging. It feels like my throat wants to throw up but my stomach doesn't. You know that feeling when you're in the dentist chair and you've got gunk in the back of your sinuses, but you can't spit or swallow so you have to gag? It's like that, except it comes randomly without warning and it's lasted for years. I'm used to that and I can live with that, but recently it's been getting worse. In the last month or so, I've gone from gagging randomly twice a day, to multiple times an hour. It's affecting my ability and desire to eat and work out. And it's just generally unpleasant.
I tried to google-fu the problem, and heard that sometimes the problem may be caused by allergies causing mucus (and I generally have to gag after trying to either spit or swallow). So I've started taking Allegra, but it hasn't seemed to have an effect. Other recommendations include eating a lot of soups and using vaporizers or hot cloths on the chest. I think these remedies are more focused towards people who've got temporary mucus problems from colds and not a chronic problem. Plus, it's not like I can eat nothing but soup my whole life. I currently can't go to the doctor because I'm without health insurance and not financially stable. I didn't expect the problem to deteriorate this badly this quickly. I also currently have had a cold for the last two days (I blame on my impacted eating and working out), which is making everything that much worse.
If anyone knows what this is our how to treat it, I would be grateful.