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throat and weightloss problems

I am a 34 year old woman living in scotland. I have 2 main problems at the moment. A very tense throat. Started about 9 months ago - have lost my voice twice since then but not sure if this is related. It is worse in the afternoons. Made worse by talking for more than a few minutes. Food always seems to get stuck in upper throat. My sense of smell also decreased about 2 years ago after a mild cold. Not sure is this is related either.

My other problem is constant sweet cravings. I am trying to lose weight unsuccessfully but always feel hungry until I have had a good dose of chocolate or something else very sweet.

PHYSICAL APPEARANCE - short (4ft11), overweight, medium brown hair, pale complexion. Wear glasses.

SENSITIVE TO - loud noises, gentle touch, light, criticism, cold.

SLEEP PATTERN - sleep fairly well but have difficulty waking up

GENERAL HEALTH - Hiatus hernia for 10 years. Have recently been diagnosed manic depressive/bipolar (taking Carbamazepine). Developed asthma when I was pregnant with my son a year ago. Pregnancy otherwise uneventful but had to have C-Section due to complications in previous pregnancy. No digestive problems.

MENTAL/EMOTIONAL - Highly strung, get stressed easily, always worried about something. Home life a bit stressful at the moment.

I hope that someone will be able to help me. Many thanks
  mamasmurf on 2007-04-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
use phytoalaca berry tablets
it will cure tyhroat problem as well as the weight issue
Hasnat last decade

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