Dear Customer, Thanks for providing quick additional information.
Well, Food from oral cavity goes to stomach through a muscular tube (esophagus). Further forward movement of food is facilitated by peristalsis (rhythmic muscle contraction and relaxation) along with gravity.
Possible cause for her symptoms are-
Narrowing of the lumen (inflammation, infection, mass within the lumen/ external compression)/ reduced peristalsis/ narrowing at the gastro-esophageal junction/ diverticula (out pouching) at the esophagus.
Also some type of food or even an infection in the esophagus (such as a fungal infection), esophageal ulcer may cause such symptoms.
She should have more of liquid or semi solid diet , she should not lie down immediately after food/ lose excess weight if any, exercise daily.
She should follow above measures, and see doctor and get it clinically evaluated.
She should avoid fatty foods, chocolate, peppermint, smoking and alcohol. She should take light and small meals.
I would recommend that she should visit primary doctor for evaluation and get it managed.
Good luck and take care.
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