I have cml I take 100mg daily and protonix for barets disease ,plavix aspirin and lipitor for vascular disease,wellbutrin and cymbalta for depression.
Can certain medications cause excessive drooling?
- 4 Jul 2011 by BillieM
- cymbalta, lipitor, plavix, protonix, wellbutrin, depression, chronic myelogenous leukemia (cml), aspirin, excessive salivation, medication
Added 5 Jul 2011:
I forgot to mention I take Sprycel 100mg daily for my cml
4 Jul 2011
Yes, excessive drooling can be caused by certain medications though I don't believe any of the ones you mentioned cause this. There are numerous causes for this condition in adults including inability or painful swallowing, pesticide poisoning, and venom from bite or sting. Does the Barrets Syndrome make it painful to swallow? This may explain the condition.
You mention a medication you take at 100mg daily, what was that medicine?
Wasn't perfectly clear from you post.
Hope this helped some,
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