Do Seroquel Clonazepam And Phenobarbital Come In Liquid Form

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Sarabethy Says:
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I have had serious difficulty swallowing my meds for 2 years+. I have had to crush and put in water, chew or not take at all. In doing so, My throat is constantly sore and inflamed.My meds get stuck every time when I don't, and have even gotten into my nasal cavities somehow during trying to swallow. I am seriously at my wits end, please help!



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Verwon Says:

Most medications are available in liquid form, since many people have trouble swallowing tablets. Not all, but the FDA does have some they've approved, so it is always worth asking your doctor for alternative dosage forms.

As to your throat being sore and inflamed, if you have dissolved the tablets, you may need to take something to prevent the acidity that they can cause, such as an antacid. So, that's another option you can ask your doctor about.

You may even be able to have some of them prescribed to be injectable.

Does anyone else have any ideas or suggestions to add?

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