Proton pump inhibitors can cause delayed gastric emptying. When you have delayed gastric emptying your stomach is not breaking down the food quickly enough so food and acid are being pushed back up in your esophagus. Symptoms can include: nausea , stomach pain especially after eating, GERD, abdominal distention, bloating, burping, and in worse cases vomiting
The food stuck in your throat is called globus sensation. The throat becomes inflamed from the acid coming up which makes it feel like there is food stuck in your throat.
There are many medications that can cause delayed gastric emptying. However, doctors do not recognize proton pump inhibitors as being one of the medications.
If a medication caused delayed gastric emptying, it usually will reverse itself once you are off the medication. However to get off a Proton pump inhibitor you will have to go through acid rebound to get off the medication. Acid rebound is why most people have problems trying to get off their PPI. You will need to google acid rebound before you stop taking your PPI so you will know what to expect.