was dehydrated; check me no thyroid came back fine what else can I do for the drymouth I work on phones all day ...I had a tooth pulled about 2 weeks ago started feeling better about 5 days ago my mouth has gotten ...
I am a female, age 68. Drymouth is making my life a whole lot less livable. When it began (I remember noticing it as I was gardening), I was unconcerned, but it gets worse and worse. My doctor (Kaiser ...
Dr. Grief. Lately when I wake up in the morning my mouth is so dry it almost make me gag. Sometimes this happens during the day. This is a new thing for me. I just started taking Coumadin for two clots I got ...
Over the past 6 months I have noticed I am increasingly getting a very drymouth through the night and despite waking up for a drink through the night I still have one in the morning. Also going to the toilet ...
My mouth reacts to spicy food and I have a burning sensation in my mouth - I also wake up in the morning with a very very drymouth - I have had this problem for a year and have been treated with various ...
it should not cause drymouth. One of the most common side effects is a dry cough and muscle pain. Less commonly it can cause other problems (diarrhea, dizziness, fatigue, hepatitis, allergic reactions), but drymouth is not one of the side effects of this medication.
Hope that helps, let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Hello, does metropolol cause drymouth?
No, metoprolol is not known to cause a drymouth.
Dr K A Pottinger
I take accel-citalopram 20 mg And noticed a white spot on mytongue and unlike a chanker sore it did not heal also a spot looks peeled underneath can it be med?
Hello, thank you for consulting with healthcaremagic.
The side effect of accel-citalopram can be drymouth but it does not causes these type of lesion may be possible this drymouth has lead to this lesion. if it is like this it will heal within few days, if not then you should visit your dentist for the complete examintion of the lesion.
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