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super sensitive throat & toe pain

Postby aussie sufferer on May 12th, 2011, 4:48 am

Not sure if this is BFS related or..so maybe others can tell me...
I have this super super sensitive throat. If there is any, even a tiny bit of an irritation I have a coughing fit..that just seems to get worse the more I cough. If a little bit of fluid that goes down the wind pipe, and I mean a tiny little bit.. it just starts a coughing fit. Anyone else had or having this? And I must admit, the constant throat clearing thing has come back as well. Maybe related?
I have also been having acute pain in my big toe during my 'sleep time'-like someone stabbing my big toe with a needle. Wakes me up. Doesn't help when trying to get some sleep! Anyone else getting or had this? This is a newy for me
The twitching I have mostly got 'used to' but this other stuff...... :roll:

Is there never any end to this crap :!:
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Re: super sensitive throat & toe pain

Postby tiggida on May 12th, 2011, 2:43 pm

Aussie,
I have recently had the Big Toe pain. It was also at night when trying to sleep. It friggin HURTS! I also got it in one of my fingers, don't remember which one. It's very painful. Have no idea if it's related to BFS.....
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Re: super sensitive throat & toe pain

Postby ImOK on May 15th, 2011, 4:28 pm

That was the first symptom a guy I knew had (severe big toe pain) - he was Dx'd with gout. Supposedly it is on the rise in the general populace in the US and some with a decent diet can still get it (inherited tendency).
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