:mad:I have been seeing doctors since June of 2008 for excessive saliva. This has been a medical merry go round that has become a blooming nightmare. Not one doctor has been able to diagnose this condition, yet they have prescribed medications that are dubious at best--can you believe thyroid medicine? Asked why as I had a test for thyroid and that organ functions quite well. Then, one doctor wanted to remove my saliva glands--that was really scary. Only one doctor--my dentist, actually took the time to observe just how much saliva I was secreting, and she was amazed. If anyone can help me I would appreciate it. The saliva, at times, has almost choked me. No, I don't have a problem swallowing normally--just the amount of saliva at any given time.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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