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113 Possible Causes for Drooling, Foaming at the Mouth, Seizure

  • Rabies

    Few days later she became drowsy and developed recurrent seizures and marked phobic spasms which prompted the treating physician to diagnose human rabies.[] The Salivary glands are concentrated with the virus in the infected animal and cause excessive drooling. This is the primary way the virus transmits itself.[] Once it enters the saliva glands and produces foaming of the mouth, it is considered advanced and highly contagious.[]

  • Scorpion Sting

    She was then taken to a hospital where she achieved suboptimal seizure control, with daily tonic-clonic seizures during the following week.[] Serious symptoms include: Diarrhea and vomiting (throwing up) Fast heart beat Muscle jerks Restlessness Roving or wild eye movements Sweating Trouble swallowing and drooling[] […] at the mouth, and symptoms of methamphetamine exposure.[]

  • Sarin Poisoning

    According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), victims were having difficulty breathing, foaming at the mouth, seizures, bleeding from the nose and mouth, fainting[] Our mouths drool and our noses drip uncontrollably, and our eyes tear and leak – not that we can see ourselves doing this in the mirror, because our vision blurs as our pupils[] Symptoms included bleeding from the nose and mouth, coma, convulsions, difficulty breathing, extreme sensitivity to light, flulike symptoms, foaming at the mouth, fevers,[]

  • Cicuta Maculata Poisoning

    Seizures are usually described as clonic or tonic–clonic.[] Mouth. Bloody foam from nose and mouth. Throat. Spasm of muscles of deglutition on presenting anything to mouth. Stomach. Nausea and vomiting, frothy, glairy fluid.[] Clinical signs include drooling, dilated pupils, weakness, agitation, nervousness, twitching, seizures, cardiac abnormalities, difficult breathing, and death from respiratory[]

  • Zygadenus Poisoning

    Cases in which a larger dose has been consumed can result in seizure, coma and death.[] Symptoms include: excessive watering (foaming) of the mouth, burning following by numbness of the lips and mouth, thirst, headache, dizziness, nausea, stomach pain, persistent[] […] diarrhea, bradycardia with first-degree heart block or junctional bradycardia, dysrhythmias (including torsade de pointes), hypotension, CNS and respiratory depression, and seizures[]

  • Phencyclidine Intoxication

    Diazepam and phenytoin have been used to treat seizures.[] This may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, vertical nystagmus, drooling, loss of balance, and dizziness.[] Motor signs included grand mal seizures, generalized rigidity, localized dystonias, catalepsy, and athetosis.[]

  • Philodendron Poisoning

    Symptoms may include gastroenteritis, delirium, refractory seizures, and coma.[] […] children still resulted in mild symptoms. [2] Mortality/Morbidity Patients with history of oral exposure (chewing and/or swallowing) have been reported to have severe swelling, drooling[] Pictured: Philodendron Poisonous to: Cats, Dogs Level of toxicity: Generally mild to moderate Common signs to watch for: Drooling Pawing at the mouth Oral pain Decreased appetite[]

  • Carbamate Poisoning

    Miosis (73%), excessive salivation (70%), muscle weakness (68%), and lethargy (54%) were the most common abnormal signs; 49% and 22% of patients had tachycardia and seizures[] […] decreased level of consciousness and lack of responsiveness) Convulsions Dizziness Headache Weakness BLADDER AND KIDNEYS Increased urination EYES, EARS, NOSE, AND THROAT Drooling[] Drooling, excess phlegm, bronchorrhoea, bronchospasm. Breathing difficulty. Marked muscle twitching or tremors. Muscle weakness, fatigue. Vomiting, diarrhoea, urination.[]

  • Rhododendron Poisoning

    There have been reports of seizures with severe overdoses. Azalea leaves are particularly dangerous; swallowing three or more leaves is cause for concern.[] They say that one of the first indications of Rhododendron poisoning is salivation, I suppose you could have a campfire in your yard and see if the smoke makes you drool..[] , dysrhythmias (eg, bradycardias, tachycardias), or altered mental status; these are described by the acronym TIPS AEIOU, as follows: Trauma Infection Psychogenic causes Seizure[]

  • Amanita Phalloides Poisoning

    Multisystem organ failure, pancreatitis, disseminated intravascular coagulation, seizures, coma and death may occur within 1-3 weeks of poisoning.[] Intoxication symptoms usually appear after a latent period and may include gastrointestinal disorders followed by jaundice, seizures, and coma, culminating in death.[] Frequent or prolonged seizures should be treated with intravenous diazepam or lorazepam.[]

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