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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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What causes thick saliva?

Thick saliva or mucous is semi-opaque in color and is acidic as opposed to being watery, clear and neutral. It can be caused by a number of factors. Thick saliva can cause difficulty swallowing (dy... Read More »
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What is the first aid when choking on one's saliva?

Most healthy people can swallow their own saliva, so not being able to do so is indicative of a serious neurological insult, that should be taken into consideration.That said, first aid for choking... Read More »
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What causes one to spit saliva everytime one talks?

well if u haven't swallowed your spit, it kinda just lays on your tongue, and since u use ur tongue to pronounce words, it just comes out?ha ha idk, good question though
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Can saliva spread HIV?

Although testing has found HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus, in low quantities in the saliva of AIDS patients, there are no recorded cases of HIV transmission through saliva. HIV is most common... Read More »
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