Q. I have chest tightness, throat itchiness, and feel like something is stuck at my throat. Please help.

Answered by
Dr. Gauri Gadge
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on May 19, 2020 and last reviewed on: Jun 02, 2020

I'm a 23 years old female. For almost a month i've been experiencing thightness of chest, itchiness of throat and i feel there is something stuck at my throat. I am currently taking zykast for the itchiness of the throat. I also have a health history of asthma and allergies.


Hello, Welcome to icliniq.

As you have mentioned, you are worried about your symptoms. Considering your history and previous symptoms, you may be having asthma as well as pharyngitis, at present.

I would still advise you some investigations to confirm the diagnosis.

And, if you are suffering from asthma, I would have prescribed you inhalational medication, because they are the best possible medication available for the treatment of Asthma.

Also, I would like to know,if there are any factors resulting in increase in your symptoms.

I hope this helps. Take Care.

Investigations to be done:

X-ray chest PA view,
Spirometry with bronchodilator reversibility testing.

Probable diagnosis:

Bronchial Asthma

Treatment plan:

(Formoterol 6 mcg + Budesonide 200 mcg) Inahaler with spacer 2 puffs twice daily and can be taken up to 4 times daily if required.
Continue Zycast.

Preventive measures:

Avoid exposure to allergens and smoking.
Take nutritious diet and adequate rest.

PEFR monitoring.

Regarding follow up:

Follow up with investigations and then whenever required.

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