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Off course there are many remedies. But what kind of medicine suits you the best depends upon the exact symptoms (and their underlying cause).
Can you tell me what symptoms you have?
Since how long?
Any treatment taken so far?
wasting of the arms, fingers not useable, hard to swallow, three years,oxycontin,riluzol,
So the diagnosis is MND (Motor Neuron Disease) right?
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Unfortunately we are still waiting for a "magic pill" by the researchers that may help cure MND and its neurological manifestations.
Although there is no curative treatment available until now, but there are number of options to help you in controlling the dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing).
The first step here is to discuss this with treating physician for a detailed evaluation of the swallowing issue you have.
Videofluoroscopic testing to assess the problems in various stages of swallowing is helpful to decide a specific course of action best suited to a particular patient.
In general following options are helpful;
1. Cricopharyngeal myotomy
3. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG)
You can discuss these options with your doctor to chalk out further management plan that suits best to your needs.
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I asked if there was any medicines available to help my problems with swallowing, I know i am going to die, i am not getting any more tests done i just want to make my life whats left of it a bit more comfortable
No, the options to treat this are not in the form of a specific medicine.
I know there is a medicine to help, tablet form
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There are few drugs to control excessive salivation which creates a problem in swallowing secondarily. I am not sure if you are referring to any of these?