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Ask the expert: swallowing problems

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Some people with MS may experience problems with their ability to swallow. This can include feeling as though food is stuck in your throat and finding it difficult to chew and swallow. These problems can be frustrating and, at times, can result in distressing experiences.

We spoke to speech and language therapist, Suzanne Buckley to find out what causes these problems and learn about some of the practical strategies that can help.

An interview with a speech and language therapist

In this video, speech and language therapist Suzanne Buckley answers your questions on swallowing problems in MS, from what causes them to practical tips on how they can be managed.

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