Growing up you might remember your parents and guardians warning you to stay away from substances such as drain cleaners and strong detergents. Swallowing them can cause serious health damage, including esophagitis. Well, it turns out that if pills get caught in our throat, they can also cause esophagitis.

Doctors call it “drug-induced esophagitis.” There are more than one hundred different medications known to cause it. Some of them include antibiotics, aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, such as ibuprofen. Vitamin C and iron supplements may also cause esophagitis if they get stuck in our throats.

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