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TL;DR under my ears on my neck tingles after eating food. has this happend to you? by omnomnomnom - Mon, 07 May 2018 13:21:09 EST ID:7EdYsups No.155263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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whenever I eat something that I guess had some kind of foodborn illness on it. even if I dont get sick from it, my thyroid I think tingles so much it almost hurts. but only lasts like 10 min. I feel It below my ears on the neck on both sides(in that little dip) what is this? I literally ate the same thing yesterday and it didnt happen so its not allergies, I assume its my body fighting an infection, but why do I feel it happening? am I alone? I have never heard anyone talk of this and when I bring it up to people they look at me like Im crazy and have never heard of it...

I ate some ground pork patties that I have had in the fridge for like a week. I ate the same thing yesterday but didnt experience this tingle. maybe I undercooked the pork or the spatula had old pork residue on it that i transfered to the cooked patty.... But I experience this tingle a lot when I eat out or eat things that can easily be compromised by bacteria.
Frédy Girardet - Tue, 08 May 2018 10:31:26 EST ID:OhfnaBVj No.155266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds psychosomatic, imho. maybe talk to a doctor and see what he can tell you. maybe do some tests, and if nothing comes back, then you'll know it's in your head.
Frédy Girardet - Tue, 08 May 2018 11:50:21 EST ID:OhfnaBVj No.155268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i should clarify, this being in your head doesn't make you "crazy". it's a little weird, but it sounds like a plain old fixation, which is merely an exaggeration of what is otherwise a healthy aversion to contamination. the brain is wired to function a certain way through evolution, and that includes an aversion to food which might harm you. sometimes, this predisposition (or many, many other functions) might become a bit out of whack, or in your case a bit overly stimulated, which might manifest as physical symptoms such as a peculiar feeling in your neck.

or it might very well be a medical reaction to something you're eating, which is why you should consult a physician.
Amy Finley - Tue, 08 May 2018 16:22:40 EST ID:WixG7/ua No.155273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would say it's a weak allergy but I don't think pork allergy is a thing.
I'm allergic to tree nuts, if I eat a trace amount my throat will get itchy and it does extend into the area below my ears. Your situation sounds strange though.
Fuck it dude go get one of those tests done where they prick your back a trillion times. They're not horribly expensive but it takes them for fucking ever to read the results.
Raymond Oliver - Tue, 08 May 2018 19:54:45 EST ID:uyJI6vab No.155276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck I have this too OP, and nobody has ever related. For me, some potential triggers are exercise, hot weather, spicy food, alcohol, and smoking. I stopped experiencing it after I made some dietary changes months ago though.
Chen Kenichi - Wed, 09 May 2018 03:23:58 EST ID:dLdaOzGY No.155282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
spicy food alcohol and smoking are 3 of the top 5 causes of mouth cancer
Carme Ruscalleda - Wed, 09 May 2018 12:23:57 EST ID:LAx+eS+d No.155288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Definitely not "psychosomatic"
My mother gets blocked saliva glands which causes that area to bulge with saliva until it bursts (which tastes pretty foul)
Not sure if this is ur problem but I thought I'd throw that out there
Carme Ruscalleda - Wed, 09 May 2018 14:19:09 EST ID:LAx+eS+d No.155290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Because she will immediately run to the nearest sink and spit followed with a thorough rinse of the mouth. Was that really that difficult to conclude?
Carme Ruscalleda - Wed, 09 May 2018 19:07:02 EST ID:LAx+eS+d No.155295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lmao whoooooops caught me making things up about my mums saliva glands again
nb because ur a faggot
Charles Ranhofer - Wed, 09 May 2018 21:31:53 EST ID:D2QALjcn No.155296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
your throat glands are blocked. you have to suck a bunch of big dicks to get them to burst(it might taste pretty foul)
Marie Troisgros - Wed, 09 May 2018 22:16:05 EST ID:+NJAlw4Q No.155297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually this man is wrong. That is not the solution, that's how the problem came about. Too much dick in op's mouth too much suction too much blockage, you have to eat pussy to reverse the process.
Rick Moonen - Sun, 27 May 2018 12:23:59 EST ID:7EdYsups No.155537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have done both yet it still happens.... what now?
Thomas Edwards - Sun, 27 May 2018 12:30:43 EST ID:4zNdgLTR No.155538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
take it in the ass
Adolphe Dugléré - Mon, 28 May 2018 04:44:00 EST ID:byb5PZBW No.155549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
from a girl with a really realistic strap on
Pierre Koffman - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 22:00:30 EST ID:ssBMmRh0 No.155621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
smoking weed I mean, not tobacco
also source for spicy food causing cancer plx

I'm Raymond Oliver >>155276, and in addition to those things I previously mentioned, dehydration also triggers it sometimes for me. The only thing I've found that alleviates the symptoms is kombucha, probably because of its vinegary property.
Johann-Carl Leuchs - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 02:42:39 EST ID:Jqlqzw/f No.155806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I get this as well, and my theory is that it is a sign of your body craving nutrients and consuming them ferociously when you do end up eating.
Bernard Loiseau - Mon, 25 Jun 2018 04:36:20 EST ID:1L/fz5WQ No.155827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Holy fuck this happens to me too. Are we cancerous?
bruce - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 02:59:24 EST ID:0vcXvjhL No.156560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Definitely go to a doctor and get your bloodwork done. Could be anything from something benign all the way to diabetus.

Seriously, that's not normal. Go see a doctor.
Michel Roux - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 11:02:32 EST ID:XGAWbUq7 No.156578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not really the same thing...but the back of my neck gets all warmish when I eat spicy food/

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