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Do some medications make it hard to swallow? which?
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Dr. TED FEDERanswered
42 years experience
Meds that Dry: Certain medications that dry the mouth make it harder to swallow. These include some antihypertensives (medicines for high blood pressure), anticholinergics (drying, sedating, raise heart rate), and some antihistamines.
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