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It seems to me my 3.5 year old son drools a lot. Anyone else have this issue?

Asked by rzmustang (19points) April 14th, 2008 from iPhone
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liberty111's avatar

Sometimes the teeth can cause that, if they have not grown in all the way. My son was a premature baby and the drooling lasted longer than most. He is 17 now with no more drool except for girls. LOL

hearkat's avatar

As noted, he could be getting more teeth. If he isn’t teething, ask your pediatrician’s opinion, and consider consulting a pediatric dentist.

PupnTaco's avatar

Only when I have a Vicodin & Scotch.

iCeskate's avatar

I’m 13 and drool like crazy at school I’ll have my head on the desk and its like a river coming out of my mouth!!!

cmmicek's avatar

+1 PupnTaco…....hahhaha

mbdion13's avatar

Was your son born prematurely? My son was born at 26 weeks and is completely ‘normal’ with the exception of his drooling. I am considering speech therapy to help him.

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