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Why Am I Getting These Strings Of Saliva In My Mouth Sporadically
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
Seriously?: Are you really a 46 year-old from New York City? I don't think so with a question like this. Why do you want to get rid of the saliva in your mouth? Saliva belongs in your mouth. It performs many important roles. Without saliva, you cannot begin to digest your food, and you will lose all of your teeth, among other things. This question doesn't make any sense at all. ...Read more
I am in sydney, I get excessive saliva in my mouth, can you suggest a medication for excessive saliva, it's very stressful not able to speak properly.
Usually a temporary:
Normal condition probably will go back to normal, but there are some conditions that should have medical attention. Dentures, gerd, mouth infection, pregnancy or stomatitis can cause this. Also some rarer ones. If you are really stressed and/or other issues upset you, a psychotherapist might help. Here's a link: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/excessive-saliva/my01012/dsection=causes
good luck! ...Read more
My girlfriend had been bitten by a kitten this morning and she did not take vaccine, but I get her saliva in my mouth by a kiss and drinking her water?
Cat bite needs eval: I would recommend that your girlfriend get evaluated for this cat bite - because almost 80% of them can become infected (the sharp, long teeth of the cat make for good puncture wounds). There is no risk for rabies here - if that's what you were asking about - since SHE doesn't have rabies. However, more information is needed-so it's best to go to the doctor's office. ...Read more
How come when I brush my teeth and about 10 minutes after I get very thirsty amd very thick saliva in my mouth?
Normal: It is not abnormal for some people to have increased saliva after brushing. Any thing or activity in mouth can stimulate the salivary glands, major and minor, to put of out the fluids. This is a response to prepare for chewing, swallowing and digestion. Some saliva is more thick and ropey. Normal. ...Read more
When my son gets happy an starts babbeling he starts to get a little foamy at the mouth with lots of saliva. Is this normal for babys at four months?
Drool is the Rule: They drool, blow bubbles, etc.--often they also let lots of secretions pool in their upper airway, breathe right through it, and sound gurgly. This is normal. Lots of people call this increased salivation 'teething', but it is unrelated--it is really a normal phase of development that will happen whether teething are coming tomorrow or six months from now. ...Read more
Why is it whenever I get up after sleeping my mouth is filled with saliva. What could be the problem?
Prob?: Not sure that you really have one. Saliva is your best friend when it comes to preventing decay and keeping a healthy mouth. You may just not be swallowing it like normal. There is a slight chance that you could have an issue with one or more of you salivary glands and it doesn't hurt to have it checked out so see your dentist if you cont to have concerns. ...Read more
Is drooling saliva from one side of the mouth a cause for concern. People tell it mean s that I can get a stroke. Is this true?
I have dark spots in the corners of my mouth, I thought it was when I don't clean my saliva but even after I do its still there, how do I get them clear?
Dark spots: Are you talking about discoloration of the gum or the lip due to melanin pigmentation which is a normal thing for dark skin people or something else? Give more description please. Have been there for a long time and you just noticed them recently? Or it is something new? Are they painful or painless? ...Read more
Can u get oral thrush by touching someones saliva who has oral thrush and then touching your mouth?
Highly unlikely: The yeast that usually causes thrush (candida albicans) is very common, and as long as the immune system is normal, it does not cause any disease or symptoms. If the immune balance of the mouth is affected by illness, medications such as prednisone or antibiotics, dentures, or even dryness, then thrush can occur. ...Read more
Please, how to make to get more saliva/spit. Because my mouth is usually dry. So, and then which fruit should take for that case? Rega4ds Thanks
The mouth may be a symptom of a rheumatoid disorder (Sjorgen's Syndrome) Get this checked out first by your PCP (Primary Care Provider) and if that evaluation negative check with your DENTIST for local treatment!
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BTW supposedly sucking a LEMON or LIME increases the saliva! ...Read more
Sinus drainage: Your sinuses drain into your throat. This is normal. ...Read more
Quite the opposite: Having a lot of saliva is good when it comes to preventing cavities. It may be more annoying and there could be a reason for the large saliva production. But...Having little or no saliva flow is what causes cavities. Saliva production decreases with sleep and this is the main reason the profession tells you to brush your teeth at nite. Drugs can help reduce saliva if it is too excessive. ...Read more
What STDs can you transfer by mouth and or saliva I want to know what dieases you can get by mouth?
Nearly all: Most std's can be transmitted via oral routes. Some have higher virulence (catch-ability) than others. If you think you've come in contact then get tested or if you currently have one please be honest with anyone you may be intimate with. Visiting a doctor can be the quickest way to get the answers you desire. ...Read more
When someone smokes marijuana does the smoke stay in their saliva and mouth, if I kiss him immidietly after will I get marj. In my system?
Probably not: Kissing after smoking m not likely for you to get it in your system. May taste and smell bad like after cig use. However, you are likely to get the m in your system from being exposed to the smoke in room. Second-hand smoke. ...Read more
How can you reduce saliva in your mouth? What can I get or try on my own, and what kind of doctors/treatments do I need to reduce or eliminate saliva?
Today my salivas was sticky. Like when you have to spit. It would accumulate in my mouth and id have to spit hard for it to get out of my mouth. Why?
I get nausua a lot and saliva gathera in my mouth fast and I get this wierd burnish throw up feeling is it normal?
Regurgutation: This sounds like a form of acid reflux. Try to avoid caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, soda, chocolate. Don't lie down after eating. A trial of an over the counter acid reduction medication for 2 weeks would be a good trial to look for improvement. Keep a dietary log before you see your doc. ...Read more
Had fever for 4days now my tongue taste bitter plus mouth get filled with saliva which I have to spit out over and over again?
Oral hygiene: Has the fever subsided? If it has not you need to consult a doctor. If it has subsided, you need to pay closer attention to your oral hygiene. Brush your teeth 2-3 times a day. You may clean your tongue with the brush. Floss regularly. If you wish, you may use a mouth wash. ...Read more
If I kiss somebody on the mouth who has herpes on their genitals only, can I still get the virus through their saliva?
No: No, it's very unlikely (unless he had touched himself and had put his hand in his mouth). ...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
Can group b strep trigger a herpes outbreak? Can I pass herpes through saliva with no outbreak? Have had no outbreaks for over a year or more and suddenly my husband and I got one the other night. I have no sores in or on my mouth... But did get a call to
A person has genital herpes (hsv2). His saliva enters another person's mouth through food. Will that person get genital herpes now?
Not Likely: Herpes requires disruption of the protective surface to cause infection. If there was a cut in the oral mucous membranes, a herpes infection can start there, but this is unlikely, although possible. The herpes virus will not travel intact through the stomach which is very acid and can not reach the genitals just by sharing food. ...Read more
My baby 1yr has little red dots around her mouth that come and go I think it's a heat rash or from her saliva. How do I get rid of it or help it?
Is we get hiv while talking is saliva comes with blood while talk is blood comes from mouth while talking is it possible blood comes while talking?
No risk, no worries: HIV is transmitted only by sex or direct exposure to blood, i.e. blood into your bloodstream. There are no exceptions; nobody ever catches HIV without sex or blood exposure. Saliva kills the virus, so even if someone had HIV, and if it were mixed with blood, the exposure you describe would be considered zero risk. If this is your only risk, don't get tested. ...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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