Hello ozni. I couldn't find anything to say it does one way or the other. It could, just never been reported by past/current users. I checked this site as well as several others and found nothing. Giving the nature of the drug, I'd say yes,(guess) it can cause ones mouth to be dry. You might ask your pharmacist or doctor to confirm, or get thier opinion. Best of wishes to you,pledge
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