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Ultrasound-guided, intraglandular injection of botulinum toxin A in children suffering from excessive salivation. Gerlinger I, Szalai G, Hollódy K, Németh A J Laryngol Otol 2007 Oct;121(10):947-51. Epub 2007 Mar 29 doi: 10.1017/S0022215107006949.

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Excessive saliva may also be associated with acid reflux, or when acid from the stomach makes its way up to your throat. If you experience reflux, avoid spicy and acidic foods, and take an over-the-counter antacid medication. Antacids can affect the way your body absorbs other medications, so check with your doctor or pharmacist if you take any ...

www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/mouth/c_ct_ptyalism

Saliva is constantly produced and secreted into the oral cavity from the salivary glands. Production of saliva increases because of excitation of the salivary nuclei in the brain stem. Ptyalism is a medical condition characterized by the excessive flow of saliva, also referred to as hypersalivation.

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Things You Should Know About Excessive Salivation in Dogs. It is known as ptyalism, by veterinarians. This occurs when your dog is producing so much saliva, they can’t swallow it all. Know that salivation, in general, is perfectly normal for a dog.

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Home Remedies to Stop Excessive Salivation – Excessive mouth saliva is generally a usual occurrence in most of the people and is hardly ever serious, this it can be a very embarrassing problem, because of which a person may be feel shamed in front of others. The medical term for excessive saliva in children or adults, is known as sialorrhea or ptyalism.

www.seniorhealth365.com/health/excessive-salivation-sialorrhea-in-the-elderly

Profuse salivation is known as sialorrhea. It occurs when the production of saliva is greater than the clearance of this saliva from the mouth, usually by swallowing. The condition can lead to drooling of the saliva if the person is unable to swallow the excess saliva produced.

www.momjunction.com/articles/excessive-drooling-in-children_00361080

Excessive drooling, also known as sialorrhea, hypersalivation, or ptyalism, is the excessive salivary production and flow from the salivary glands, resulting in unintentional leakage of oral secretions.

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Excess saliva can be a side effect of medications, such as tranquilizers, epilepsy drugs and anticholinesterases, often used in treatment of early dementia, such as donepezil (Aricept). Some ...

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Thick saliva in throat – or mucus – is a viscous, acidic, and semi-opaque secretion, instead of the clear and watery one. Changes can be due to large quantities of organic matter in the saliva ...

www.nice.org.uk/advice/esuom15/ifp/chapter/what-is-increased-saliva-production

Increased saliva production (sometimes called hypersalivation) is when a large amount of saliva is produced in the mouth. It is one of the causes of drooling, which may become a problem for a person if there is too much saliva to control or a person has difficulty swallowing. Drooling is normal in babies.