A 24-year-old male asked:
I have sjogren's syndrome and my mouth stays dry but since past two days i have watery saliva under tongue area, what could this be?also have reflux.
1 doctor answer • 6 doctors weighed in
Rheumatology 38 years experience
Good news: Increased saliva when you have Sjogrens is generally good news. It may mean your disease is be common less active. This can also be caused by an irritation such as reflux like you described. Reflux is common with Sjogrens and will require treatment. To start with avoid peppermint, caffeine, licorice. Don't eat before bed, and elevate the head of your bed.
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