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Ladycal

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Does anyone have issues with dry mouth when using dummies/pacifiers? I find that whenever I try and use mine I get the worst dry mouth after about 5 minutes. It means I can't sleep with it in or wear it for any length of time
 
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IcyBlue

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Are you doing anything before using the pacifier?
After I brush my teeth I need to put lip balm on to rehydrate my lips for a while before using the pacifier for example.
 
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Ladycal

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IcyBlue said:
Are you doing anything before using the pacifier?
After I brush my teeth I need to put lip balm on to rehydrate my lips for a while before using the pacifier for example.
Normally brush teeth and then drink lots of water
 
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GatoChihuahua

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I find some pacis (especially larger adult sizes) make me produce excess saliva from pressing my tongue a certain way. This will make my mouth feel really dry after feeling overly moist for an hour. Eventually, the constant swallowing comes to an end.

I have always kept a glass of water at my bedside because I get a dry mouth at night while sleeping anyway.

My binkies fall out as soon as I fall asleep unless I wear a cotton mask to bed. I only use my binky at night once in a while. Mostly I like to feel pacified when awake. 😊
 
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IcyBlue

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Drinking water dries your mouth out because the saliva gets diluted. Try the same but without the pacifier
 
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