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    Sometimes when talking to people, I find it really difficult to speak because my mouth is just loaded with saliva. I get scared of speaking sometimes because of the worry that I'll spit when talking. So, how do I solve the problem of having an overloaded mouth?

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    Normal people stop for a second to swallow and then carry on talking.
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    (Original post by Jeffy91)
    Normal people stop for a second to swallow and then carry on talking.
    This.
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    (Original post by Jeffy91)
    Normal people stop for a second to swallow and then carry on talking.
    I do swallow, but it refills faster than an American's fridge.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I do swallow, but it refills faster than an American's fridge.
    lol
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    talk slowly so u can regularly swallow without feeling awkward
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    Pause lots to swallow. It'll seem more dramatic.
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    Increased saliva production is a sign of an infection in your mouth. Go to the doctors
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    speak from a distance?
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    (Original post by Blueflare)
    Pause lots to swallow. It'll seem more dramatic.
    Like Obama?

    http://vote08.freedomblogging.com/fi...a-pointing.jpg
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    talk to your doctor babes.
    or try to not drink anything and make yourself thirsty for a bit. its better than spitting in someones face!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Like Obama?

    http://vote08.freedomblogging.com/fi...a-pointing.jpg
    Lol, exactly!
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    don't worry you're not abnormal. Most people's mouthes are slimey, it's because of something called 'spit'. I hope I have helped.
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    Learn to deal with it, hypersalivation can happen for no reason at all and theres not much you can do about it.
    If you've always had it, thats just how your body works, roll with it and seeing as it's your only symptom it's probably nothing.
    If you experience any further symptoms maybe think about seeing your GP.
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    If you're a girl, you'd give great head
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    My friend has this and has been to the doctor to try various things and nothing's ever helped, he just has to put up with the fact, & we all have to put up with being spat on
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    Slimey mouth is obviuosly code for somethine else.
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    docs.
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