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Had a pill stuck down in throat. Is it prozac capsule?

I feel like I have something stuck in my throat on the right side. I also got a pill stuck deep down on the right side last night. I was up until 1:30am as a result trying to do things to get the pill to go down. I finally had some success and was able to go back to bed. This has happened to me before. I believe my Prozac plastic capsule is what keeps getting stuck. I felt something on the right side of my throat before pill got stuck. What could this be?
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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dear cinmarieash,
welcome to hcm.
It could be because you would've been taking the "pills" without water. I would suggest you to take mouthful of water and take the pill while the water is still in the mouth to avoid this happening again and again. Kindly take some more water after you gulp the pill along with this water as well.
thank you
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take care.
Answered: Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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