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Excessive salivation throughout the day, bitter taste in mouth, no fever or cold. Treatment for symptoms?

i salivate too much almost every time of the day. i get a bitter taste in my mouth when it happens to me And it s been happening for more than 3 weeks now.(I am not suffering from fever or cold ) Am I really having any kind of disease or is it just that I think too much of it? If I have a disease, what is it and what should I do about it?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Cause of excessive salivation might be due to poor oral hygiene.
You might have some decay of teeth, deposition of tarter on your tooth, coating on your tongue or some ulcers in your mouth.
Consult oral surgeon and get examined.
Keep oral hygiene proper, remove coating on tongue.
Do regular gargling after taking any thing by mouth.
Avoid more use of chocolates, ice creams etc.
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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