Yes, it is normal to salivate more now you’re pregnant. Excessive salivation can start suddenly, about two or three weeks after you conceive. It's thought to be caused by pregnancy hormones changing how your salivary glands work. The nerves that control salivation are more stimulated than usual.Is excessive saliva a symptom of pregnancy?
Yes, it's normal to have more saliva when you're pregnant. Excessive salivation is called ptyalism, or sialorrhea, and the condition won't affect your baby. Under normal circumstances, your salivary glands produce about 1 1/2 quarts of saliva a day, but you generally don't notice it because you swallow continually and unconsciously.Can a pregnant woman take Pepto-bismal?
Pepto-Bismol may not be safe to use during pregnancy because, as with aspirin, it is a salicylate. This group of medications is anti-inflammatory and known to have effects related to bleeding. For this reason, many doctors restrict the use of Pepto-Bismol during the third trimester, as they want to reduce any bleeding risks during delivery.