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Dysphagia: Everything You Need To Know

What is Dysphagia?

Dysphagia is when you have trouble swallowing either food or liquid, meaning it’ll take much more time for the food to travel down to your stomach. While at times trouble swallowing could be caused by eating too fast or not chewing well enough, dysphagia goes beyond that. In severe cases, swallowing is next to impossible.


What are the symptoms of Dysphagia?

What are some causes of Dysphagia?


What are some of the risk factors and complications?


Can you prevent Dysphagia?

There is no cure for it, but when you work with our staff at Cedar Crest Ear, Nose, and Throat, we can work together to figure out a solution that works for you. Once we figure out the best treatment methods, you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite foods and beverages without any worry.

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