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Is it possible that Zoloft can cause swallowing problems?

I have been on Zoloft for about 2-3 months now, to good effect. My panic attacks have diminished and my stress level is better despite some pretty hectic things going on in my life.

I understand that swallowing and throat problems can be a symptom of anxiety, but recently I have had a very persistent swallowing problem. It is easier to swallow liquids and solid than it is to dry swallow. And sometimes it feels like I'm swallowing over a lump in my throat.

This has been nearly every day for about a month. I haven't been able to figure out why I am having this problem. Well today, I skipped taking my morning Zoloft and the swallowing problem feels a little better. I don't know yet if it's in my head or not, but is it possible that the Zoloft could have been causing this problem.

I'm looking into several other possible causes of this problem, but I'm just curious if this is a possibility.

Thanks!





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