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kevin1983
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is this a gerd related or a co infection of lyme because i have a history of really bad acid reflux and i keep belching a lot which comes up through my esophagus plus ive been watching my diet carefully (drinking lots of water) this past week but this new symptom got me worried because the drooling never ends and im constantly swallowing, im afraid to get sleep because of these issues for fear of gagging so does anybody experience this with their lyme and what they did to treat it

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I think it could be caused by a lot of things. Your tongue can be in the wrong position. I think I heard that drooling can be caused by parasites, but I can't remember.

I get drooling on and off sometimes. I have no idea what causes it.

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I got excessive salvia with Babes
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One of the symptoms I got when Babesia was bad was excessive spit
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How are your salt levels? Too little can cause drooling.

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