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Science Explains Why You Spit So Much While Pregnant

Pregnancy hormones cause many strange changes in your body, including an increase in saliva production. It’s not enough that you’re battling morning sickness — now you’re wondering, “Why am I spitting so much during pregnancy?” For a small percentage of unlucky women, this normal occurrence becomes a burdensome condition called ptyalism, which comes from the... Read More »
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