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I have multiple sclerosis and heard that most people with MS have trouble swallowing at some point. Maybe this sounds like a strange question, but what are the indicators of such swallowing problems and at what point does an MS patient need to seek help for this? What normally happens when swallowing problems start happening?

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Swallowing problems are probably quite obvious when they show up - an inability to chew food properly followed by food sticking in your throat and not going down properly, like a choking feeling, mean that you have swallowing problems. Another possibility is that you have lots of saliva, or cough a lot when you eat.
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