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Why do I get some thick saliva or mucus in my mouth and throat after brushing my teeth?
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Dr. LEONARD FAZIO
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Allergy?
Possible allergy to one or more ingredients in toothpaste.
Try an all-natural version from the health-food store.

In brief: Allergy?
Possible allergy to one or more ingredients in toothpaste.
Try an all-natural version from the health-food store.
Dr. LEONARD FAZIO
Dr. LEONARD FAZIO
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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
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In brief: Can be dryness.
This is a nonspecific finding that maybe because of too little fluids, it may be from the toothpaste drying out the mouth, or it may be due to a chemical called Atropine which produces, among other things, dry mouth.
This is used for many things, like bradycardia for resuscitation, to dilate pupils in eye exams and to treat insecticide poisoning.

In brief: Can be dryness.
This is a nonspecific finding that maybe because of too little fluids, it may be from the toothpaste drying out the mouth, or it may be due to a chemical called Atropine which produces, among other things, dry mouth.
This is used for many things, like bradycardia for resuscitation, to dilate pupils in eye exams and to treat insecticide poisoning.
Dr. Joseph Woods
Dr. Joseph Woods
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