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  1. General tips to help with swallowing problems: Sit up as straight as possible when you eat Take small bites, less than 1 teaspoon of food per bite. Chew ...
  2. Swallowing Problems (American Cancer Society)  
    ... Previous Topic Stomas (or ostomies) Next Topic Sweating Swallowing problems A person may gag, cough, spit, feel pain, ... an infection of the mouth or esophagus (the swallowing tube that goes from the throat to the stomach), as well as other problems. What to look for Gagging, coughing, or vomiting ...
  3. ... or liquids. This is called dysphagia. Symptoms of swallowing problems include: Coughing or choking, either during or after ... shortness of breath You are losing weight Your swallowing problems are getting worse
  4. Coping with Late-Stage Alzheimer's Disease From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging)  
    ... meal of the day. What to do about swallowing problems "Jack was having trouble swallowing. I started feeding ... t use a straw; it may cause more swallowing problems. Instead, have the person drink small sips from ...
  5. Diagnosis and Management of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Guide for Families (Parent Project for Muscular Dystrophy Research) - PDF  
    ... fever of unknown origin may be signs of swallowing problems necessitating assessment. • In case of swallowing problems, a Speech Language Pathologist should be involved to ...
  6. Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's Disease From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging) - PDF  
    ... Stages of AD 90 What to do about swallowing problems As AD progresses to later stages, the person ... t use a straw; it may cause more swallowing problems. Instead, have the person drink small sips from ...
  7. Diet and Nutrition and HIV (Department of Veterans Affairs)  
    ... Spicy foods Foods with strong odors Mouth and swallowing problems Avoid hard or crunchy foods such as raw ...
  8. ... hystericus. Problems that involve the esophagus often cause swallowing problems. These may include: An abnormal ring of tissue ... or chicken may be an early sign of swallowing problems.
  9. ... to the stomach) can result in painful swallowing. Swallowing problems can cause symptoms such as: Chest pain Feeling ... Swallowing problems may be due to infections, such as: Cytomegalovirus Gum disease ( gingivitis ) Herpes simplex virus Human immunodeficiency ...
  10. ... Never eat them dry, especially if you have swallowing problems, expert says (*this news item will not be ... particularly true for people with a history of swallowing problems or a constricted esophagus, the researchers said. "Chia ...
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