Hi, There are two possibilities for the problem your having
1. A chronic gerd with lpr( gastroesophageal reflux with laryngopharngeal reflux). Basically over here acidic gastric contents have a faulty reflux into your throat and this can be the reason of feeling something stuck in your throat or just a itchy discomfort. You will not have any difficulties with swallowing as such. Inflammation around the throat often results in a irritative cough.
2. A chronic allergic pharyngitis can also be another reason, there could be exposure to some irritative substance indoors itself which can irritate the throat and again be the cause of intermittent cough.
What can be done?
1. Avoid exposure to any irritative substance, the best thing to counter this is to wear a n95 mask.
2. Gastric issues have to treated seriously with medications and precautions with more emphasis on the later. You can follow the advice mentioned below.
I think this should suffice and keep your symptoms at bay! Hope this helps! Get well soon!
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