increased salivation

See sialorrhoea; drooling

increased salivation

Sialorrhea, see there.
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Specifically in relation to the eruption of deciduous teeth, it has been observed that children present numerous signs and symptoms closely related to this physiological process, such as increased salivation, occurrence of gingival itching, episodes of diarrhea, irritability, gingival pruritus, among other conditions (4).
Increased salivation and sputum production in 6 patients were treated by suction.
Foot-and-mouth is a highly infectious viral disease which can affect cattle, pigs, sheep and goats characterised by the development of blisters in the mouth causing increased salivation and lameness.
Excerpts from emails to friends provide revealing details: "I have increased salivation and gum bleeding, weird heart rate and blood pressure and dizziness and disorientation...
27% of the participants showed that fever is associated with primary teeth eruption (Table 3), with 20% showed concern that primary teeth eruption is also responsible for increased salivation. 17% opted diarrhea as an associated symptom.
It might include a headache, cold sweats, increased salivation, burping and flatulence--none of which are well matched for the confines of a small aircraft cabin.
The common systemic symptoms reported were sweating 43 (27%), vomiting 37 (23.3%), increased salivation 12 (7.5%) and cold extremities 5 (3.1%).
84.2% victims knew about aggressive behavior, increased biting habits occurs of animal due to rabies infection followed by increased salivation (44.1%).
A ten year old male spitz was referred with complaint of reduction in water and food intake, increased salivation and halitosis.
Initial symptoms of heat stroke in dogs include unanticipated restlessness, excessive panting, deep breathing and increased salivation leading to drying out of the gums.
We can diagnose diabetes, which may show up as bleeding gums; HIV, which shows as a bluish lesion on the roof of the mouth; hyperparathyroidism, which shows up on x-rays as bone irregularity and teeth moving from their positions; hormonal issues, which may cause gingival growths and/or tumors (often in people who don't brush their teeth); menopause (through a burning mouth), and in the case of leukemia, we see people who have good oral hygiene who suddenly get bleeding gums; changes in gum color may indicate sickle cell anemia; and a coated tongue, bluish gums, and increased salivation may be caused by metal intoxication, possibly from mercury or lead.
Let's have a look at some typical symptoms of mercury poisoning, which include peripheral neuropathy (itching, burning or pain), swelling, desquamation (shedding or peeling of skin), profuse sweating, tachycardia (fast heartbeat), increased salivation and hypertension (high blood pressure).

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