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I have a health concern.
For the past year, I always had phlegm in my throat despite that I do not have any colds. I also feel it firmly lodged in the back of my throat. Sometimes, I feel a rumbling in my chest. I worry that it's a heart problem but I do not feel breathless and neither does my heart palpitate after the spasm has subsided. The feeling is that I have a large amount of phlegm or something else lodged in my bronchial area. This causes that spasms I have mentioned in my chest area, leading to my throat. I'm worried about this and I do not know what this could mean. I can't get the phlegm out no matter how hard I hack it out. Please enlighten me about it.
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