This may not have anything to do with your condition, but since you mentioned you cough after eating, I would suggest checking out food allergies and sensitivities. My husband's reaction is coughing.
Sensitivities won't show up on any tests, but you can figure them out by keeping a good food journal and, if you get a list of foods that might be triggers, doing challenge testing. I would suggest running challenge testing past an allergist if you get bad reactions!
You can put challenge testing in the search box at the top of the page and find a long list of posts detailing how to do it. It's basically finding out the individual ingredients in the meal that are the real culprits. Example: for me it's not the hamburger but the condiments and the bun. I can eat half a waffle but not the maple syrup.
Just because you test sensitive on skin testing or blood testing doesn't mean too much. I test sensitive to peanuts, but can eat peanut butter. The test doesn't cover sunflower seeds though, to which I am very allergic.
Thanks for the advice. I will try that :)
Can you tell me if this is an asthma symptom?
Sometimes, out of nowhere, I feel like something is holding my throat.
Not enough to gasp for air, but enough to feel it. It's at the bottom of my throat, where the adam's apple is, except, I don't have one.