What are the causes of salivation?

Answer Saliva is produced at a rate of one to two quarts a day according to Alan Carr, D.M.D., of Saliva serves an important purpose in digestion, as it helps to break down food and is pro... Read More »

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How to Prevent Denture Salivation?

Though dentures are often checked for fit and comfort during dentist appointments, they often wear out or cause sudden problems, such as mouth dryness, increased salivation and discomfort. Accordin... Read More »

Anyone ever experience sudden over-salivation, extreme stomach pain and difficulty speaking?

I didn't need to read but a few lines. Go get checked for an ulcer.Excessive saliva, like all of a sudden. Enough to fill a cup it seems like. Stomach pain like the most intense hunger pain you've ... Read More »

What causes a tickle in your throat that then causes you to cough?

Tight neck muscles will press into your throat to cause the tickle to happen. If the pressure was greater it would result in a sore throat for it traps your tongue muscle there to make it hard and... Read More »

What Are the Causes of WBC?

White blood cells (WBC), also called leukocytes, are part of the body's defense against foreign substances and infections. Doctors measure the count of white blood cells as part of a routine blood ... Read More »