I have primary Hughes Syndrome and I know that this usually comes in 3's with Underactive Thyroid and Sjogrens.
Over the past few months I have swelling of my salivary glands and although that has stopped my mouth is producing very little saliva and I'm struggling to swallow.
I have had an MRI scan to check for a blockage in the gland which I'm pretty sure will come back clear.
I am seeing the oral surgeon today and I want to mention the possibility of Sjogrens, as I think I'll just get the repsonce 'no it's not blocked, we're discharging you.' Does anyone have any advise on what to say that will help with getting it investigated? I'm going to the appointment alone and sometimes struggle to get my point across/get the solution I want when it comes to doctors.
Thanks in advance!