my mother in law has dementia and she drools al the time. Im really worried as hae read that in some cases droling could mean she could have swollowing diffuclties that could cause asperation of food and fluids onto her lungs. Im gona try get her to docs as i think she could do with full health check has anyone else experienced thiwith their relative and what did the docs do did they give medication to help prevent it. Bless her it so embarasseing she struggles to keep fluids in her mouth as they juts dribble out. Thanks michellexx
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