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Xerostomia, also known as dry mouth, is the condition of not having enough saliva to keep the mouth wet.  Xerostomia can lead to significant dental issues including halitosis,  increased tooth decay, and infections of the mouth such as thrush.   It can also make chewing, swallowing, and eating significantly more difficult, often contributing to poor nutrition. 

Xerostomia is a common problem. It is frequently a side effect of medication, which may improve with a new prescription or an adjustment of dosage. However, other more serious causes include Parkinson’s disease, Sjorgen’s syndrome, HIV/AIDS, and diabetes; additionally, certain cancer treatments may affect the salivary glands.

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