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Sjogren Syndrome (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

If you have dryness in the mouth, throat, or eyes that persists and is bothersome, you should see your health-care professional. Swollen or painful parotid glands also warrant a visit to your health-care professional. Dry, "gritty," or burning eyes warrant a visit to an ophthalmologist.

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