Can Drooling with Parkinson’s be the first sign of a swallowing problem because of poor lip seal and poor posture?

Indications that a person may have a swallowing problem include:
- loss of appetite
- weight loss
- drooling
- inability to clear mouth of food
- food sticking in the throat
- gurgled voice
- coughing when eating or drinking
- choking on food, liquids or saliva
- difficulty in swallowing medication
- pain when swallowing
- discomfort in the chest or throat
- heartburn or reflux
- repeated chest infections.