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I am congested. Is it normally to have a dry mouth at night?
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Dr. Peter Glusker
Neurology
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In brief: Congestion
Congestion may cause mouth breathing, which will result in a dry mouth.
I suggest you consult your family doctor or an ear, nose and throat doctor to determine why you are congested, and treat that problem. It is likely that the dry mouth will resolve.

In brief: Congestion
Congestion may cause mouth breathing, which will result in a dry mouth.
I suggest you consult your family doctor or an ear, nose and throat doctor to determine why you are congested, and treat that problem. It is likely that the dry mouth will resolve.
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