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excessive salivation, swollen tonsills and dyspepsia

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 25, 2010
  • 00:27 PM

I have only gotten these symptoms twice so I see no need to consult a doctor.
So far it has only been at night and it lasts for about two hours. It always starts with dyspepsia, second comes the swollen tonsils, they swell up to the size of small apples, my face gets red and hot, and last comes what i find the most disturbing; the excessive salivation. I actually need a bucket.
The saliva looks normal, it's transparent and without clumps. I drool about half a liter.
So what is wrong wit me?

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