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Great news

Susanmorr
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Joined: May 2013

My salvia gland on the right side is back 14 weeks post treatment. Just happened sitting wondering how to get to the next day and bam I could talk and swallow without being in a lot of pain ! Thank you God for answering a prayer .. To anyone going through dry mouth it does get better.

  Susan

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Duggie88
Posts: 550
Joined: Feb 2010

I tip my coffee cup to ya. It does get better, all it needs is a little time.

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fishmanpa
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Joined: Jan 2013

Nice! Funny how you didn't notice it at first then bam! I have saliva! :)  I'm starting to get a little in the mornings but I'm dry by the afternoon. 

"T"

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hwt
Posts: 1961
Joined: Jun 2012

Congrats! A year post tx, I am still trying to figure out what triggers dry spells for me. Seems like caffeine dries my mouth out. Sometimes, I am perfectly fine and then other times I get so dry that drinking water doesn't help at all. A spoon of swish and swallow helps. Not sure if there is rhyme or reason, maybe I am just spinning my wheels by trying to figure it out.

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phrannie51
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Joined: Mar 2012

If this is happening at 14 weeks, who knows what great things will return by 7 or 8 months out of treatment.

My saliva glands seems to be having a memory funk....ah, but I have time to wait.

p

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jim and i
Posts: 1652
Joined: May 2011

What a blessing for you. Anyone who has not gone through this would think you were wierd but we know what a milestone yhis is. :)

Debbie

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jcortney
Posts: 424
Joined: Sep 2012

Not weird, I like John's abi-normal Wink

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Skiffin16
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Joined: Sep 2009

So now you have to talk out of the right side of your mouth until the left catches up..., LOL...

JG

katenorwood
Posts: 1851
Joined: May 2012

This is fantastic news !  I'm around 14 months out, and still have struggles with dry mouth.  Still keep the handy dandy bottle of water as my buddy.  Katie

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