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Anti Drooling Medicines Medication
I have problem of drooling at night which really bothers my sleep and i cannot sleep on my back as it gives my body a bad shock any recommended medicine to stop drooling ?
Drooling: There are many causes for drooling, some of which include numbness of the mouth from use of orajel, problems with swallowing when saliva accumulates in the mouth, & neurological conditions such as parkinson's disease, as well as effect of medications such as antipsychotics. Best tx is to find out & treat the cause. Some medications used are atropine, cogentine, & glycopyrrolate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
14 month old son has a fever and consistently drooling. Molars may be coming in but the fever stay at 101 regardless of the medicine. Is this normal?
Other symptoms?: Fever itself is never an evil "symptom." it is a sign of an infection that if fully vaccinated-may be a virus germ that will improve with"comfort" care and support. Numbers on a thermometer are not as important as associated symptoms/comfort and severity/duration. You may watch and wait for your toddler-offer meds if he tolerates/needs it. Follow up with your pediatrician if things worsen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm an rn and have a pt that constantly drools. It's not a huge problem, but she has to wear a bib. Are there tx out there for excessive drooling?
Most babies drool: Drooling is part of the routine for most infants & toddlers. They constantly put fingers in their mouth & drooling is normal. After they get past some of the habit of sucking on fingers they seem to stop. Kids drooling a lot after this point may have issues like cerebral palsy. ...Read more
Close the mouth: Drool falling out of the mouth can occur by accident. It also can be due to muscular dysfunction of the facial nerve leaving the outside of the mouth drooped and causing uncontrollable drool. This can be fixed by a surgical support procedure. Your plastic surgeon or otolaryngologist can help you with this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unclear...: Orchitis means inflammation or infection of the testes. It true, consider if you got mumps. In fact, epididymitis (infection or inflammation around the testes_ is more common in young sexually active men like you. Besides, many other reasons may cause pain or ache in the sac. Professionals can help you differentiate what might have happened to you. Best wish... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No social conscience: Babies sit in poo, wear spit up on clothes & drool a lot because they don't have any reason not to. Often they have found that putting things on their lips & mouth gives them pleasure & this increases drooling. Some feel it is a reflection of teething but i'm not convinced that matters. ...Read more
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Ever since i started clozapine i've been drooling. How long until it goes away or is it here to stay?
Drooling & Clozaril (clozapine): Drooling is a known side effect of clozaril, (clozapine) and it may be dose-related. Talk with your doctor about this, to see if the dose can be adjusted. Clozaril (clozapine) can be very helpful for disabling psychotic symptoms, and your need for this must be balanced against any side effects. I'm sure your doctor wants the best for you. ...Read more