I get the gagging when I brush my teeth but I don't vomit. I have big issues with vomitting. lol Did enough of that when I had my gallstones. The gagging actually just started this year for me but with everything else going on I just didn't really give it much thought. I just figured it's something else weird going on with me that I didn't want to acknowledge.
I wonder if it could be MS related - my mother had the gaging but didn't though up as far as I know. She had early onset dementia and I have recently read about the sugestion of a new form of MS called subcortical MS which leads to dementia - and it runs in her family (the dememtia)
I could not believe it when I saw this post. I have been diagosed with MS for about a year and more and more I'm discovering things I'd just "gotten used to" as being my special quirks are MS related. I have to time when I can brush my teeth to avoid gagging and feeling as though I will regurgitate. I always wondered why I do that.
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