16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 15weeks pregnant and i see that i have been salivating since 2days and my mouth is full of saliva sometimes. Is this normal or i need to check with doctor for this?

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Answer: Hello dear.. Don't worry. This saliva in mouth can be due to the nausea or vomiting which u are facing during pregnancy if u have vomiting problem otherwise it can also occur of its own which makes ur mouth watery. Drink plenty of water, Tooth brushing ur teeth as well as rinsing ur mouth using mouthwash can also help in this problem.
Answer: its normal during pregnancy due to excess level of pregnancy hormones . you can drink more water frequently asked you are sugarless chewing gum or suck a cashew nut . you can just spit it out. it is not harmful and normal during pregnancy so don't worry
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