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Ph Of Saliva After Eating
Tightness in chest, excess saliva produced and difficulty breathing after eating chicken. What does this sound like?
Chest tight: Would go get checked, there may be a bone stuck in esophagus or similar problem. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Maybe reflux: Miriam6, you may be experiencing gastric reflux disease (gerd) where the muscle that's supposed to seal the top of your stomach may not be functioning correctly. Acid gets back up toward your mouth and your body may be producing extra saliva to counteract it. Or you may not be able to describe the feeling of acid where it doesn't belong so it feels like thick saliva. Talk to your primary doc. ...Read more
Excessive saliva, upset stomach, and frequent flatulence. Feeling subsided after eating, but returns. Is it a bug?
Dyspepsia and "gas": Gi gas arises from maldigestion (enzyme deficiency like lactose intolerance), food intolerance (ex. Gluten sensitivity), fermentation (as with bacterial overgrowth syndrome or changed flora after antibiotics), altered GI tract motility/gastroparesis, excessive air swallowing, inflammatory ; infectious causes. Any peptic symptoms, early satiety? Tried acid blockers yet? Also, look up fod-map diet. ...Read more
Feeling of mucous/saliva buildup in throat/mouth after eating certain foods. Recent examples: fruit juice, pepsi, star bursts. Need to clear throat.
These foods with high sugar and acids will stimulate salvia production, so this can be normal for you. M there is also the possibility of an allergic reaction to something in these foods and drinks.
You can avoid tenses things or talk to your dentist about this and find out exactly why this is happening. ...Read more
Given demineralization and ph levels in my mouth, should I wait one hour after eating to then brush my teeth?
Although not everyone with a pollen allergy experiences oral allergy syndrome when eating the following foods, they are commonly associated with these allergens:
Birch pollen: apple, almond, carrot, celery, cherry, hazelnut, kiwi, peach, pear, plum
Grass pollen: celery, melons, oranges, peaches, tomato
Ragweed pollen: banana, cucumber, melons, sunflower seeds, zucchini.
Ref: http://acaai.org ...Read more
Most likely acidity: Many fruits have acidic juices which can cause some tingling after eating. Make sure you do not have allergies to them as well. While it is most likely not allergies, an early sign of an allergy can be mild oropharynx irritation. If you start noticing any progression of the tingling or swelling in the mouth, tongue or lips, check in with your physician. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Yes: It sounds like you have sustained a burn to your mouth — generally the oral mucosa can rapidly heal after 12-48 hours. Give your mouth time to feel better! ...Read more
After eating a bite of frosting, my mouth started tingling and vision blurred. What could be the cause of this?
Blurred visioon: Unless there is an ingredient in it that yoiu are allergic to, it may be a cerebrovascular issue. ...Read more
Pesticides/allergies: I think unusual is more apt than weird. This may be a symptom of food sensitivity or could be due to pesticide exposure from residues on the food. For example, grapes that aren't organic can have enough pesticides to cause this- see http://tinyurl.com/jaz3xpw for other common culprits. I used to get tingling/itching from apple skins. Other foods could also cause. Pay attention to what foods cause. ...Read more
Numbness: After you eat anything or just certain foods? Keep track in a diary as it sounds like an allergy. If it is when you eat anything then I would see my ENT md and my oral surgeon. Let us know how it works out please. ...Read more
Allergy/intolerance: It sounds like you have a form of wheat allergy. Make a diary of what aggravates it. Do you have any stomach issues also? Gluten intolerance is not uncommon. Consider allergy testing. If its an allergy and not just an intolerance then you could be successfully desensitized with allergy shots or drops. ...Read more
Small bumps appears inside my mouth after eating and disappear after couple of hours. What are those?
See below: You might be describing minor salivary gland activity or enlargement. You might also be describing an allergic reaction, especially if there is a pattern to a specific type of food. It's hard to say. It's always best to take you car to the mechanic when it is actually making the clunkity-clunk noise..... So when the bumps appear, call your dentist to see if you can come right in to get it checked. ...Read more
I am 28f. After eating food, after some time I am getting some food reverse in to mouth. What would be the reason?
I keep feeling sick. I feel worse after eating. I also have a metallic like taste in my mouth. What could this be. It's been going on for a few weeks.
Ciguatera?: Numbness after eating sushi can be a symptom of several things, but one of them is ciguatera toxicity. It is found in reef fish, usually in the summer. It causes lip and tongue numbness, 2-6 hours after eating, but can also cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain, and cardiac and neurologic problems. If you are having these symptoms, go to the ER to be checked out. Good luck. ...Read more
Metallic taste: It is a fairly common thing, may indicate an allergy or medications such as some antibiotics, prenatal vitamins and antidepressants, as well as drugs used to treat high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis and kidney stones oral problems, including oral infections such as gingivitis or periodontitis, tooth infections, and poor oral hygiene. Make sure you get regular checkups. ...Read more
Acid containing food: Certain foods or drinks that contain a lot of acid may be reacting with the fillings in your teeth. ...Read more
After eating any type of food, I have a consistent and annoying sweet after-taste in my mouth. What's going on?
Dysgeusia: Is a change in your sense of taste due to a variety of causes; from anxiety to dental problems. Dysgeusia is not very common. Fortunately, many of the causes are temporary and not life-threatening, but the disorder does affect your quality of life. See your PCP for neurological exam and evaluation. ...Read more
Hot food: The roof of mouth is sensitive. Avoid eating hot foods. Note:even scratchy food like captain crunch can irritate the palate. Also, certain foods which are acidic like tomato paste can irritate the mouth. Finally, some people have allergy which causes irritation. Foer example, I am mildly allergic to bananas (common with ragweed pollen allergy)and my palate itches after eating. ...Read more
The clear, viscous fluid secreted by the salivary and mucous glands in the mouth. Saliva contains water, mucin, organic salts, and the digestive enzyme ptyalin. It serves to moisten the oral cavity, to initiate the digestion of starches, and to aid in the chewing and swallowing of food. Approximately 1 to 1.5 l ...Read more
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