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What is the cause of excessive saliva? It just suddenly started, and now I have to spit all the time.

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Excess salivation can be caused by several conditions. Disease of the ear, nose, or throat can cause excess secretions, as can a lung infection. The first step is to see your physician. The second step is to see your dentist to diagnose any salivary problems.

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