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Lump in my throat when smoking?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by JordanMcGregor01, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. It's weird, if it's not immediately after I smoke then it's sometime down the road. I get this lump in my throat that seems to get worse as the high sets in. It's like it's where my Adam's apple is but it feels like it wants to push upward. From what I've read, it seems like I could have a allergy or something but I just don't know. I would do the obvious and go to a doctor and find out but cannabis isn't legal in my state. It caused me to be paranoid during a high once. But just yesterday I was with a friend and we found his dad's weed pen and took two hits each off it and me knowing how prone I am to being paranoid while high I took two very small hits and didn't get nothing as expected but a while later I got the same lump in my throat that I was describing when I was full-on smoking. I'm just looking for a second opinion, like should I take something that could help me when I know I'm going to a friend's and we're going to smoke?
  2. Sorry, I don't know what it is, or how to help, what to take when going to a friend's. I doubt it's anything to worry about, if you think it may be an allergy you could take an allergy pill (sorry, can't talk about other drugs so I can't make a suggestion). Since you tend to get paranoid this may be due to that. I'll bet if you were having a lot of fun getting ripped you would not even notice that lump in your throat.
    By the way, it isn't always like this, but it should be- You should be able to talk freely with your doctor and know your conversation/records will be kept confidential. If you're concerned don't skip medical help because you're in an illegal state. Good luck, mate.
  3. It's very common to feel that way if your having anxiety

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