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Problems swallowing saliva

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

Within the last hour or two, it is taking conscious effort for me to swallow saliva. I can swallow anything else with no issues. This has not happened to me before. Is there something I can do, kind ...

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Iv been having experiencing throbbing and discomfort swalling my saliva back right side of my soft palet mouth. No problems eating or drinking fluids. ...

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Hi, My name is XXXX, 38 years. I dont know what my problem is. Quite often it happens to me, While swallowing my own saliva, my breathe becomes noisy and cant talk and do anything for a while. After 1 or 2 ...

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tonsil or may be it create a scar, since yesterday night I am getting difficult while swallowing saliva. normal food no problem and while drinking or eating it is giving burning sensation. ...

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swallowing. Since I am thinking about it most of the time my body is producing more saliva and I am swallowing more often (and more saliva) my first question is - is swallowing too much saliva a bad thing ...

Public Forum Discussions

doctor1 MD

While sleeping, my younger sister who is 8 years old has a huge problem with swallowing her saliva. She makes disgusting sounds with it, swishing it back and forth in her mouth before taking a huge gulp ...

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Excessive swallowing has destroyed my life, my career and my self esteem.... I can t go ... t know how to fix this problem ...I am 42 years old and I have this problem since my teenager years ...

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saliva just it hard to swallow. What causes this problem? and what I have to do? Thank you in advance ...Difficult swallowing saliva but not food or water. This has been happening to me for almost 15 days ...

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I have been having trouble swallowing my saliva but NOT food since March of this year.. I ve had an endoscopy done nothing was wrong.. Also had an ultrasound of my thyroid again no problem.. Also had ...

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. And have problems when it comes to swallowing. Even if its only water. Whenver i drink, i feel my left ear ... a second doctor to check what s the problem. He said I have Tonsillitis. He had given me antibiotic ...

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hello doctors i am having problems swallowing my saliva especially under stress etc i seem to couch up a mixture of acid reflux and the content of an hours swallowing.very unpleasent thanks . ...

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is because it only hurts when swalling saliva . I have no problems eating or drinking anything. I believe ... to swallow while holding my tounge still with my teeth, there is no pain at all. ...

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hi. i have a 15 year old son who is developmentally delayed. he has a problem with spitting. it started when a few years ago, he couldn t swallow all of a sudden. saliva would build up in his mouth ...

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I have had problems for the last few days initiating a swallow. I m ok with liquids but solid food is a problem. I have been producing a lot of saliva and needing to swallow that a lot. This is causing me ...

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Hi, I m having this problem where when i m chewing / trying to swallow my saliva.. I will get instant migraine ~ Apart from that, i ve been getting really bad migraine everynight and i wont be able ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

No. It is normal to swallow saliva.That pop is due to blow from wind pipe during swallowing.No problem there.

doctor1 MD

sounds like URTI. how long?

doctor1 MD

Saliva comes out from the mouth because your swallowing muscles are sleeping and you do not gulp the oozed saliva.