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 What are the causes of excessive saliva?

Answer According to the Mayo Clinic, excessive saliva is a common condition that is rarely serious. It can be caused by many different things, but some are more common than others.PregnancyDuring pregnan... Read More »
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Excessive saliva during pregnancy?

"Some women feel as though they're salivating more than usual during pregnancy, especially when they're nauseated. A few women have so much saliva they end up needing to spit to deal with it. Exces... Read More »
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Does excessive saliva a symptom of pregnancy?

it is a symptom but one of the more "down played" here is a site with a good aount of information about it http://www.womenshealthcaretopics.com/preg_saliva.htm
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How to stop excessive saliva during pregnancy?

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What would cause excessive sweating in a toddler i.e. meaning excessive with no known reason such as heat or running and playing etc?

Some children do sweat more. If the child is found to be otherwise normal there is no need to worry.
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