Swallowing difficulty is found among people with Essential tremor, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Lisinopril and have Essential tremor. We study 7 people who have Swallowing difficulty and Essential tremor from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Essential tremor can be treated by Primidone, Propranolol hydrochloride, Xanax, Inderal, Mysoline (latest reports from 983 Essential tremor patients)
Swallowing difficulty has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, rashes, drug ineffective, back pain, diarrhea (latest reports from 35,490 Swallowing difficulty patients).
On Jul, 27, 2016
7 people who have Essential Tremor and Swallowing Difficulty are studied.
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Whenever I stop my Percocet for a week to detox and reset my body when I notice the med is less effective, I always have difficulty breathing and some trouble swallowing. usually day 2 thru 5 but day 3 and 4 are the worse. I don't see those 2 symptoms usually listed but it's happened enough times now, right on schedule day 2 to know that is what it's from.
I have had a total of 4 doses of Mucinex due to a bad cold and cough. I started having an issue swallowing which really concerned me. Took a drink of water to make sure my throat wasn't closing up and was ok.. But after taking my last dose (every 4 hour dose) and started having trouble ...
Prylamine Maleate is in Pamprin and I've noticed that it eases my essential tremor in addition to another med that my neurologist has prescribed for me. I asked her if she could prescribe this for me too, and she brushed it off because she didn't know much about it. I was wondering if anyone has ...
Been taking Tramadol for the last 6 months for fracture pain of the right ankle. I notice that every other day I have a constant urge to swallow and it is difficult to swallow. Seems to be getting worse every time I take it. Is this caused by Tramadol?
Whenever I stop my Percocet for a week to detox and reset my body when I notice the med is less effective, I always have difficulty breathing and some trouble swallowing. usually day 2 thru 5 but day 3 and 4 are the worse. I don't see those 2 symptoms usually listed but it's happened enough ...
I take ambien regularly and have started having trouble swallowing. Not sure if that's the cause because I do have other neurological issues which are suppose to be under control with medication. I stopped taking ambien for about a week but didn't notice any difference.
I am an educationist, 70 years old. I have started taking cialis 5 mg daily since 4/5 days. I feel a bit swallowing difficulty along with some acid re-flux in my esophagus. Should I discontinue or keep taking it.
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