Four days ago, I took a liquid multiminerals (was deficient) Reaction was not typical allergic reaction. It felt as if I had something stuck in the throat. The tongue was not swelling, no hives, no wheezing, but still felt as if something stuck at the back of the throat. I went to ER. Doc said windpipe looks normal. This lasted for 6 hours. When I drank water, it didn't flow smoothly at the back of the throat. I was given antihistamines, which I can't tolerate. Doctors and allergists to date, don't know. (I had similar a few years back) The following day, I reacted to cheese, tingles in the lips, and cucumber, as well as the same sensation in the throat. Yesterday and today, everything I tried eating caused the same sensation of something stuck at the back of the throat. Drinking water does not flow smoothly down the throat. Had the same sensation all day today. Is this how an anaphylactic reactions starts, but does not develop further? I understood it was the airways or the bronchiles that are affected. I read neurological involvement as in TPRV and NMDA receptors which can cause "sensations" triggering something akin to allergic reactions and MCS from which I also suffer. I was offered antihistamines, but I can't take those. I also read that the vagus nerve may be implicated, and mast cell diseases. I will try eating, once I have the prescribed epi-pen as a precaution. Thanks for your input. ps. and to make matters worse, might have cascade in an allergic to something else in my home now?