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Foaming (frothy) mouth: Causes of foaming

  1. Some patients foam a lot at the mouth. When a build-up of saliva in the mouth or lungs meets and mixes with air, it creates a foamy appearance. Usually, only a small amount of fizzy saliva escapes from the mouth, unlike the large amounts of foam sometimes shown in movies or television series. Inadvertent foam at the mouth is an abnormal symptom and often indicates a serious neurological problem. All patients with a foaming mouth therefore require immediate medical attention. The treatment depends on the cause of the foam in the mouth. Prompt treatment prevents serious, irreversible complications such as coma and death.

Seizures and foaming in the mouth

  1. Patients with epileptic seizures may experience different types of seizures, with varying symptoms. Typically, a tonic-clonic seizure (convulsive seizure) is associated with drooling and a mild foaming or bubbling slobber near the mouth. These types of seizures usually cause an immediate loss of consciousness followed by convulsions (uncontrollable physical movements and changes in consciousness) of the whole body. The patient may also lose muscle control, making it impossible to swallow or open the mouth. The excess saliva

Rabies and foamy mouth

  1. Rabies (rabies) is a zoonotic disease; the transmission of the virus

Drug overdose and foam in mouth

  1. An overdose of medication or drugs may cause epileptic seizures. This causes a build-up of drool or saliva in the mouth. This material is then pushed out through clenched teeth and lips. Patients with severe overdoses also experience heart attacks (limited blood flow to the heart) and pulmonary edema

Foamy Mouth Forecast

  1. A frothy mouth is a very uncommon symptom that is often a sign of a serious condition. If the patient starts to foam at the mouth, a patient should roll him onto the side, make sure the airways are clear, and call emergency services. Untreated, the underlying condition often leads to organ failure, coma and death.

  2. A foamy mouth is a very uncommon symptom that is often a sign of a serious condition. If the patient starts to froth at the mouth, a patient should roll him onto the side, make sure the airways are clear, and call emergency services. Untreated, the underlying condition often leads to organ failure, coma and death.



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