Sometimes when we take tablets, no matter how big or small the tablet is, it feels like it sticks in the throat no matter how much water we drink. Is there a quick remedy to this?
Try a small piece of bread (without the crust) and some peanut butter on it. I try this occasionally and it seems to work. Also, do not eat an enormous amount of peanut butter on the bread. A small amount will suffice.
Make sure you drink some water before and after doing this.
Not magic, but it works.
If you are able to swallow the water normally, then most likely the tablet isn't actually stuck in your throat any more. The tissue in your throat is very sensitive, and when a tablet gets stuck, it irritates the lining a bit. When the tablet gets unstuck, the feeling still lingers, making the sensation that the tablet is still stuck.
If you are able to swallow the next bite normally, it's just the lasting sensation you're feeling, not the tablet itself. The sensation will slowly dissipate on its own without any need to eat bread or anything else.
Tie cotton with good thread. Roll thread on finger and put some drinkable things on that cotton and then swallow it. While pulling back that cotton take care to stuck that cotton with tablet. If not stuck then swallow again or drink saliva or little water. keep doing until relief. You can also simply gargle to wet throat.