My 12-year-old daughter will not swallow a pill. She has tried in the past, but it's like the pill (Advil or Tylenol) just sits on the back of her tongue and if she does start to swallow she gags. She's afraid she will choke. We've tried practicing with mini-M&Ms and various other things the dr. suggested. Luckily, she is thin and kind of small cause right now she can still take children's fever and pain reducer liquids and chewables. Soon, however those won't be appropriate for her anymore. Wondered if anyone else had experienced this with their children, and if so, how you handled it. Any suggestions at all would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!