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1,535 Possible Causes for Drooling

  • Stomatitis

    The child will typically run a fair amount of fever, drool quite a bit, and will be very uncomfortable.[] When symptoms do present, they include fever, malaise, drooling, dysphagia (also known as difficulty swallowing), and mouth sores and ulcers, according to the National Institutes[] Other associated signs and symptoms are: Bad breath Burning or tingling in the mouth Dysphagia Drooling Fever, sometimes as high as 38.3 to 40 C (101 to 104 F) Pain in and[]

  • Tonsillitis

    Bad breath Stomachache, particularly in younger children Stiff neck Headache In young children who are unable to describe how they feel, signs of tonsillitis may include: Drooling[] Recurrent: several episodes of acute tonsillitis within a year Chronic: ongoing sore throat halitosis, and tender cervical nodes Peritonsillar abscess: sever sore throat, fever, drooling[] […] difficult swallowing Extreme weakness, fatigue or fussiness Get immediate care if your child has any of these symptoms: Difficulty breathing Extreme difficulty swallowing Drooling[]

  • Stroke

    This may cause you to drool saliva. Problems with balance, co-ordination, vision, speech, communication or swallowing. Dizziness or unsteadiness.[] People may notice the following symptoms in the face: drooping on one side of the face distorted face drooling weakness pain around the ear and jaw ringing in the ears headaches[]

  • Peritonsillar Abscess

    Children younger than 5 years who present with poor oral intake, high fever, drooling, and trismus should be suspected of having a peritonsillar abscess.[] Patients who received initial surgical management had larger abscess size (2.6 vs. 1.3 cm, P .001) and were and more likely to have muffled voice (79% vs. 47%, P .001), drooling[] Clinical features include a unilateral odynophagia, dysphagia , voice changes (sometimes classically referred to as a ‘hot potato’ voice), trismus, and excessive drooling[]

  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3

    […] that often starts in the hands or fingers when they are relaxed Other symptoms include erectile dysfunction, dizziness, blurred vision or fainting, excessive sweating and drooling[] Gradual loss of automatic movement, which may lead to decreased blinking, decreased frequency of swallowing and drooling A stooped, flexed posture with bending at the elbows[] […] swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) – this can be improved by eating softened food, or by using a feeding tube in more severe cases; read more about treating dysphagia excessive drooling[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    […] pains Low blood pressure when you stand up Stooped posture Constipation Sweating and not being able to control your body temperature Slow blinking Difficulty swallowing Drooling[] […] medicine Dose Amount of time between doses The way you take the medicine You may also need to take medicines to help with: Mood and thinking problems Pain relief Sleep problems Drooling[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    […] hand, and slowly gets worse until it leads to the following: Difficulty lifting, climbing stairs, and walking Difficulty breathing Difficulty swallowing -- choking easily, drooling[] Patients may notice increase in their saliva and drooling. Insomnia can occur because of difficulty turning in bed, anxiety and depression.[]

  • Parapharyngeal Abscess

    The case presented here, had not been diagnosed at the first examination; however, there were enough clinical clues (such as respiratory distress, drooling, torticollis, bulging[] […] with drooling Differential Phlegmon (no other real differential in the context of fever and drooling) Discussion In young children, infection may spread to the parapharyngeal[] Clinical findings at presentation were: fever (93%), cervical lymphadenopathy (93%), neck pain (90%), torticollis (74%), odynophagia (64%), trismus (32%), drooling (22%) and[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Epiglottitis causes fever, difficulty swallowing, drooling, and stridor. The infection is usually confined to the epiglottis.[] If your child’s sore throat is severe and includes difficulty swallowing or breathing, drooling, stiff neck, or neck swelling, call 911 or your local emergency number.[] […] radiography Summary Table Condition Characteristics Angioedema Painless nonpitting edema most pronounced in the head and neck Epiglotittis Fever, difficulty swallowing, drooling[]

  • Cicuta Maculata Poisoning

    Clinical signs include drooling, dilated pupils, weakness, agitation, nervousness, twitching, seizures, cardiac abnormalities, difficult breathing, and death from respiratory[] The first symptoms of water hemlock poisoning are drooling, nausea, vomiting, wheezing, sweating, dizziness, stomach pain, flushing, weakness /tiredness (lethargy), delirium[] The first symptoms of water hemlock poisoning are drooling, nausea, vomiting, wheezing, sweating, dizziness, stomach pain, flushing, weakness/tiredness (lethargy), delirium[]

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