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Some general questions

I have 2 inquiries
1.  When I eat or take a bite of food I bite my lower lip constantly when I chew. Is there anything I can do to treat or stop it?
2. I produce a lot of saliva when eat and drink a beverage. I would either spit it out or swallow it many itme s Is there something I can do or take to reduce the amount.
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1) I would suggest you see a Dr or Dental Dr for bitting our lip you might have a sore there and it is swollen so It gets in the way of chewing.
2) I would see your doctor or a specialist that deals with excess saliva some people have a issue of having to much silva it can be corrected if the cause is diagnosed .
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