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Emmaa123-GB
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So I went to sleep last night and woke up about 230am and I felt like actually chucking up but nothing came out but my throat felt a burning sensation what do you think this could be
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Jacob at Scarleteen
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Hi Emma,

I've got to say this doesn't sound sex related to me, which means a doctor is probably the best person to talk to.

Even if you were experiencing different symptoms which were sex related we're probably not best placed diagnose such a thing from here. Only really to discuss prevention and how to get that medical support/diagnosis.

I hope you can get it sorted out at the doctor's.

[ 06-14-2014, 04:39 AM: Message edited by: Jacob at Scarleteen ]

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