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About the dryness, tightness in throat. Can it be just not enough saliva?
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Dr. Joseph Woods
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In brief: Yes.
This is a nonspecific finding that may occur during some activity.
It may be because of too little fluids, or it may be due to a chemical called Atropine which produces, among other things, dry mouth. It could be an asthma attack, or panic disorder. It would be a good idea to see your doctor if it occurs regularly in order to be sure what it is.

In brief: Yes.
This is a nonspecific finding that may occur during some activity.
It may be because of too little fluids, or it may be due to a chemical called Atropine which produces, among other things, dry mouth. It could be an asthma attack, or panic disorder. It would be a good idea to see your doctor if it occurs regularly in order to be sure what it is.
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