Excessive drooling can be controlled with medications such as glycopyrrolate, scopolamine and botulinum toxin A injections, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. If these do not work and drooling is sev... More »

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Prescription medications, Botox injections and surgery are treatment options for excess saliva, according to WebMD. The doctor selects treatment based on the cause of the excess saliva. More »

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Doctors use options such as medications, diuretics and injections to treat infections of the inner ear before recommending surgery, says the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Inner ear sur... More »

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A number options exist for treating motion sickness, and some of the best include Bonine and Dramamine medications and scopolamine patches, explains About.com. Other remedies for motion sickness that people try include g... More »

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Behavioral therapies and medications are available for children with tic disorders, depending on the severity of the condition, while botulinum toxin is a temporary remedy for chronic twitches, WebMD states. Most cases o... More »

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After a toenail is removed, patients should apply a topical antibiotic to the area twice a day until the wound is healed, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Patients should keep the wound clean and r... More »

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Mononucleosis is caused by a communicable virus that isn't as contagious as the common cold, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Commonly known as the kissing disease, mono is transmitted through the ... More »

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