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Why Do I Feel Such A Frequent Urge To Spit
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 been having odor like discharge from my vagina for the last week and I been having the urge to vomit but it comes up as spit why does this mean?
What does it mean when you have the urge to eat something or chew gum when your mouth feels weird?
Difficult to say...: Difficult to say, because "weird" is a vague term. Is your mouth dry? Numb? Burning? A little more detail is needed to answer your question. Do your symptoms go away once you eat/chew gum? What happens if you don't eat? Does the "weirdness" increase? ...Read more
Can sugar levels in diabetics cause frequent urination and dry mouth sensations requiring constant drinking urge?
When your pregnant how come when u have the urge to throw up it never comes out unless you put your finger in your mouth?
During day, have urge to urinate every 1-2 hrs, have dry mouth, thirst all the time. But at night I do not have such problems. Is it diabetes insipidus?
R/O diabetes: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Woken up by xtrm naseau, dry mouth, urge to pee, dizzy. Hydrated, clear urine. Still have weakness, dry mouth & need to pee. Ran 3m earlier in 85deg?
sudden urge to vomit and mouth water excessively, acid reflux, pain in lower abdomen and hurts to poop n hurts to pass gas, dizziness as well?
See a doctor: Time for a visit to your Family Physician. ...Read more
Do I have expressive language disorder? I have things to say but can't seem to spit it out right.
Quite: Possible. Seek evaluation please.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm so nauseas and I can't stop spitting. What could be causing this and what can I take to feel better and stop the spitting?
Nausea: Nonprescription medications for persistent nausea include ginger such as drinking flat, room temperature ginger ale, flat coca cola, taking over the counter dramamine (can cause drowsiness). Eat lightly- saltine crackers usually stay down well. If abdominal discomfort or vomiting develops, call your physician. ...Read more
Dreck in mouth: Among the long list of terrible things that smoking can do to your body, it creates a cess poll of filth in the mouth. Smokers are faced with the choice of swallowing this toxic stew or spitting it out. The best choice is to quit altogether but I wouldn't worry about having to do this too long, as the smoking is likely to cause you to die prematurely. ...Read more
Applied Bx Analysis: Modifying behavior is challenging and it takes practice. In addition, the circumstances surrounding the spitting behavior are important. What is happening prior to and immediately following the spitting behavior are currently maintaining that behavior. Altering the circumstances surrounding the behavior or the consequences related to it are key. An expert in behavioral analysis might be helpful. ...Read more
Snake Bites: It is no longer recommended that areas impacted by snake bites be lanced and that venom be sucked out. ...Read more
Sure: Mononucleosis is well known for being transmitted when people "swap spit." Colds are similar ...Read more
Depends: It really depends on the age of your son. Young children just getting started on foods that need to be chewed will often spit out food as they are mastering the swallowing process. Children who are a liitle older may do it just for attention or to see your response. An older child is almost certainly doing it for response. The cause will help determine how you intervene. ...Read more
No: This can be behavioral or due to a functional problem with swallowing. ...Read more
Social ineptitude: There is a deep visceral repulsion to spitting generally and it is considered unsanitary as well as rude to spit in public places. Rarely some may have no choice but mostly it is a choice related to lack of social consciousness. ...Read more
Not swallowing sweet: Chewing sweets but not swallowing will reduce the amount of calories you take in but you still have the efffect of the sweets on your teeth. Make sure to brush well. ...Read more
Depends on his age: Need to know his developmental level (/cognitive function) and his age to suggest an appropriate behavioral modification strategy--what works for a 14year old won't work w/ a 4 year old. ...Read more
Yes: Lets say you chew fat till the taste is gone, you are still getting the calories from some of the fat. If you chew an orange, you are still getting some of the calories from the orange. Some digestion of starches begins in the mouth and chewing carbohydrates, begins the digestion of the liquid in the mouth even if you throw away the solid part. ...Read more
My 1 year baby is spitting food particularly evening and night time feeds. Why? Eats normally morning and afternoon. Why?
What's the risk of catching a disease from touching a object that has just been purposely spit on please any info on this or anything similar will help?
No real risk: Our skin is an extremely good barrier to infection. The risk in general is zero. ...Read more
Spitting: Normally if your skin is intact it will act as a barrier to pathogens in the spit. Would wash with warm water & soap or use antiseptic cleaner. ...Read more
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