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Old 01-10-2012, 11:27 AM   #1
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Hi I am new to the forum. I suffer from health anxiety and this new problem is driving me crazy. I seem to be very focused on my swallowing issues as of late. It feels like all of the food does not go down properly. It is difficult to describe. I can swallow my food, it just feels like a weak swallow. Little bits of the food stay in the back of my mouth and it makes me very nervous. I have complained of this before and I am just not sure about anything anymore. Too much reading on the internet. Can anyone offer advice? I spoke with a friend who is a RN and she told me not to even bother going to the doctor. My doctor has seen me before for things related to ALs and has said that I was fine. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:56 PM   #2
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Hello Samson and WELCOME to NeuroTalk!

I see you have found your way to our ALS forum.

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Hello and welcome, happy to see you have come to be with us, it a great place to be. As you can see we have a great number and caring fellow members here, welcome to a supportive and relaxing place. Have fun looking into the different forums. Our shoulders are here for support in many ways.

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Welcome to NT!

This is such a great place to be. You'll find many caring folks here who understand your frustrations. You've probably already met a few by now!

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