It shouldn't be. Are you taking any OTC meds for the flu-allergies, coughs, etc.? They have meds in them that cause dry mouth-and it's the flu season. It just might be a coincidence. If you chew sugar-free gum, it will help you a lot. Also put a a teaspoon of baking soda in a 6-8 ounce of water- and swish the water around in your mouth and spit it out. It helps freshen your mouth, heal little sores caused by dry mouth, and it's really cheap. Don't forget coffee-maybe you're using a stronger type of coffee or began drinking way to much. I had a spell where I drank about 8-10 cups a day- Good luck with this.
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