tay my son was exactly like that since he was a baby and everyone told me that was normal but i knew was just tooo much saliva. That can be a neurology problem. Thats an alarm signs talk to different doctors about it. always look for second opinions thats a sign of autism. my son is 19 years old and still have the same problem 14 years ago he was diagnosed with adhd but i feel theres more. He still like a 10-12 years old on his mind and thats far of been add hun.
I would not worry about that. A lot of babies excessively drool. I did a search online and found something written by Dr Sears about this.
Here's what he said, "Infants and children sometimes exhibit certain normal and harmless behaviors that are nonetheless nuisances -- I refer to these as "quirks." Excessive drooling is a very common quirk, and in fact, excessive saliva production can be healthy. Saliva bathes the teeth and gums, washing away accumulated food and bacteria. The enzymes in saliva also help break down the carbohydrates in food, operating as a head start in the digestive process. In addition, saliva is a natural intestinal lubricant: Infants commonly suffer from gastroesophageal reflux (regurgitation of the acidic stomach contents into the esophagus); saliva lubricates the lining of the esophagus and helps neutralize the acidity. It also contains a healthy substance called epidural growth factor, which helps the intestinal lining mature."
He also may be teething. I have 2 children and when they started teething, they were drool factories!
I hope this puts your mind at ease a little bit while you wait for a response from the Dr. But try not to worry about it. :) It's very normal!