7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Mam my mouth is feeling totally watering

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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. Remedies: 1. Drink plenty of water. 2. Tooth brushing ur teeth as well as rinsing ur mouth using mouthwash can also help in this problem.
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