No. This is the only reply I've received from you. Sorry for the glitch in the computer :(
But, thanks for that information.
The most common cause of painful swelling of the parotid gland is salivary stones blocking the outflow of saliva leading to a possible secondary bacterial infection. Viral
infections, such as mumps, CMV, HIV etc can also cause this. Rarely, benign or even cancerous tumors can cause parotid swelling but usually these are, unlike what your wife is experiencing, painless.
One common cause in your wife's age group is Sjogren's syndrome. This is a disease where her own immune system attacks the tissues of the parotid gland, leading to issues with dry mouth, dry eyes etc.
It is important for your wife to have a complete examination by her MD to figure out which of the above issues, if any, are causing the painful swelling so that appropriate therapy can be started.
Here is a very good webpage that discusses this issue:
Does this make sense to you?
Once again, I am sorry about the technical problems with getting your question answered. Let me know if you have any further questions or if I can be of any further service. Have a good day.