Hello, this is not a major issue, but it's something that I occasionally run into and I don't exactly know what it is so I can't do any research on it... This always seems to happen when I eat quickly (usually when I'm eating fast to get out of the house in the morning). It's almost like the phenomenon of when you swallow the wrong way (i.e. the food goes "down the wrong pipe"), but it's not like that where you start hacking. It's almost like a bunch of phlegm builds up in my throat and works its way up slowly. It takes about 5 seconds and is a very strange sensation. It's almost like throwing up in SLOW motion. The phlegm almost gets to the back of my throat and then it stops. It's not far up enough to cough it up, but instead I end up swallowing again and it starts all over again. Again, it's not that it is painful, but it's very uncomfortable (and lasts about a minute or two). It starts off strong and then slowly eases up everytime I cough up enough phlegm. Obviously if it was really bad, I'd go see a Dr., but I don't think I need to see anyone (i.e. It's like seeing a Dr. for swallowing the wrong way) because it usually happens when I'm eating too fast, so it's probably something that I'm doing wrong. For example, this morning I ate a hard boiled egg really fast. I didn't have anything to drink, so maybe it was to dry to go down my esophagus. Anyone else experience this?