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Well, Dr. Miranda called it "pre-barfing." It reminds me of a cat coughing up a hairball. It happens when you eat too fast, take too big of bites, don't chew well, or eat something that just "sticks" when you swallow. (White bread/flour products do it to me.) The food doesn't reach your stomach, so you are not throwing up stomach acid and salivia. It sort of "hangs" in your throat, causing pain until you cough or barf it up. It really hurts, which certainly discourages me from repeating whatever behavior that caused it. Yay for the lapband for doing its job!

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