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Saliva Pillow Morning
Is brownish yellow drool caused by acid reflux while sleeping? Stains on mattress but nothing on my pillow. Normal saliva when I spit in the morning.
Well: Probably is or could be a sinus infection. Recommend Healthtap consult or primary care physician consult for specific diagnosis and treatment ...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
I get blood on my pillow, from my mouth, each morning I wake up. What is the cause and what should I do?
Bleeding gums?: This usually means bleeding gums, so your first move should be to see a dentist. If gum inflammation doesn't explain it, your nose and sinuses are the next most likely possibility. I'm guessing the dentist will find the explanation, but if not, see a doctor. In the meantime, don't be overly worried. Most likely it is nothing dangerous. Good lucik! ...Read more
When sleeping I'm producing a lot of saliva and it goes out of my mouth and therefore touching the pillow etc. How can I get rid of this problem? Thx
If I sleep in fetal position only, my saliva flows from my mouth that stains my pillow a litttle brown. But I do not seebloodinmymouthwhat is this?
Probably blood: For blood to tinge your saliva and thus stain your pillow slightly brown, not a lot of blood is required. It could be a sign you have gum disease and during the night you grind which causes slight blood seepage around the teeth and leads to the stained pillow. Your saliva would dilute the blood so it wouldn't be readily visible in your mouth. There may be another cause, however. ...Read more
Dry mouth: If your mouth is dry, most likely you are breathing through your mouth. This may be due to nasal congestion which could explain the mucus. Rinse your nose with salt water mix in a neti pot a couple of hours before bed to clear your nasal airway. You may want to check with an ear, nose, throat md. ...Read more
I nottice dat when I sleep with pillows I see a difrent sing of age on my side of my mouth. Does that means im aging. Do I need to stop using pillows.
Not at all: That impression on your face is temporary due to pressure against your face, it will not cause aging or saging of the sknof your face. ...Read more
I slept in my bed with dog and he urinated near pillow and I didn't realise if cut hands or mouth touched the urine would I get leptoscirosis?
Not very likely: Even though theoretically you can contact leptospirosis from urine of infected dogs, but it is very very rare for a house dog to contact leptospirosis. There have been reports of house dogs contacting leptospirosis by licking the urine of infected mice that entered the house which is very rare in us, and your dog if infected will be sick, and current canine vaccine gives partial protection in dogs. ...Read more
When I'm asleep I sumtimes jurk shakes not knowin I'm doin it I have noticed a bit of blood in mouth or the pillow wot can this be?
You need to see doc: Although some sleep disorders could cause this, such as a rem behavioral sleep disorder, you could be having episodes of nocturnal seizure activity. Either of these could result in daytime risks, such as drowsiness and sleep attacks, and even episodes of lack of awareness. Would go to neurologist, get eeg or even overnight sleep study. ...Read more
When I woke up there was. Blood and vomit on my pillow, no vomit in mouth and no blood in nose, it was odd?
Did you drink alcohol before going to sleep? If you did that may be the cause. If the symptoms have nor recurred, you may watch and wait.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
I woke up with very dry mouth, blood covering my tongue, roof of mouth, teeth, lips and little bit blood stains on my pillow. What could it be?
Need an evaluation: Bleeding or blood in the mouth not normal and should be taken seriously. A good place to start is with your dentist and physician. You may have periodontal disease and your body may be having an exaggerated response to the higher levels of bacteria below the gumline. Without immediate aggressive intervention, tooth loss is possible. See your physician to rule out systemic illness/infection. ...Read more
Probably gingivitis: Since it happens every morning we can eliminate post extraction bleeding. .... Which leaves gum irritation or infection as the most likely cause. You need to see your dentist to be evaluated for and treated for possible periodontal disease. (infected gums). ...Read more
I had a cortisol saliva test done and the morning&lunch values were low normal, evening was right on and night was very high, could this be cushings?
Morning saliva: Thick saliva in the morning could be related to medications, not enough hydration before you go to sleep, nighttime stress, mouth breathing, etc. There is generally less saliva production over night. Make sure you brush and floss well before bedtime and see your dentist for regular dental check ups. ...Read more
If your saliva is thick, there is mucus within, possibly you're a mouth breather with sinus congestion. You may want to consider seeing an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, throat physician), if your sinus has been a problem.
You could also try nasal saline rinse (neti pot) prior to going to bed to clean and rinse your sinus and see if this helps. ...Read more
My saliva is clear mixed with a little brown color this morning. I drank tea the night before. Could this be because of the tea?
You explanation of the symptom seems reasonable.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Hi I keep waking up with a dark mucus/bloody saliva in the morning. It's dark coloured and doesn't taste to great. Is this anything to worry about?
See a doctor: Not sure. This should be checked out. ...Read more
Glands working: Salivary glands work with hunger, dry mouth, to maintain moisture and start digestion, and help swallowing. ...Read more
Salty taste: No it has nothing to do with it, I drink strong tea by any standard most people will not drink it, never had any salty taste from it. If the taste transient, I would not worry about, the taste might be bitter than salty, strong tea does give you that taste. ...Read more
Probably nothing: It's likely nothing to worry about. How is your oral hygiene? If your gums are a bit reddish, then a drop of blood mixed w/ ur saliva may seem like a lot of bleeding. Make sure you brush & floss well regularly & your gums' health will improve. If you r a smoker, sometimes a drop of blood from throat due to irritation can show up with your saliva & seem more than it is. See ur dentist if continues ...Read more
I had a joint 10 o'clock this morning and I have a saliva test 10pm tonight will I be ok for a saliva test?
Drug Test: Let me base my answer on my experiance as a lab tech in a drug testing lab for the Air Force. We could detect THC in urine 6-8 weeks after ingestion. THC is stored in fat. Now we were doing radioimmunoassay which is a much more sensitive test than is generally run in the civilian world, but if you are going to be tested tonight my guess is it will be positive. ...Read more
I woke up one morning and my mouth started to produce saliva rapidly and filled my mouth twice. What does this mean?
Vagus nerve: Overactivity. Usually accompanied by nausea. If it stopped and doesn't happen again, no need to worry. ...Read more
Sister has a chipped molar and when she lay down or waked up in the morning, she has brown, old bloodish looking saliva from the tooth. Tastes weird to?
See dentist asap!: It would appear that she has a serious dental problem. I wouldn't be surprised if she has more than one issue. When was her last dental checkup? It's already a serious issue and can get even worse quickly. Infections, and she may have one, can even be life threatening. She needs to see a dentist as soon as possible to see what's causing this and what to do about it. ...Read more
When I wake up in the morning my mouth is full of thick brown smelling saliva and it drips to my pillowcase, this has been happening for years. Do you?
Not Normal: This should have been addressed a long time ago. Without knowing anything at all about you, not even your age, your best bet is to be examined by a local physician to determine the cause and possible treatment. ...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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