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Updated 10 June 2015

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Experiencing a dry mouth as a side effect of your medication? Try chewing sugar-free gum to increase saliva flow.

Avoid tobacco, salty and spicy food, and alcohol as they dry out the mouth. Regular sips of water or sugarless drinks may also help.

Take a look at our HIV/Aids Centre for more information on managing your condition.

 
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