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Hello this is Dr. Salama MD,
Sometimes swallowing something hard will impact the throat and leave a sensation that it remains where it touched. When in actuality it has long gone into the stomach.
Gum is an unlikely substance to stick to your throat. It has a hard, slick surface, and the throat does not adhere easily to such a substance.If you are really concerned, you can vomit. Nothing stays put in the throat when you regurgitate. Lots of ways to make that happen.If you drink something warm, or hot, that sensation may well disappear in an hour or so.
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