You might check to make sure the droplets are not honeydew being produced by scale, aphids, or white flies. These pests of the present on the plant leaves above where you see the droplets. if there are no tests present then I suggest you wiping the leaves and stems with a soft moist cloth or sponge term and the droplets. The plant should be fine. The yellowing leaves maybe a sign of a temporary soil moisture problem such as to to wet to dry. The plant should generally recover from this if the initial damage was not too severe. It may also be a sign that the plant needs a little extra nitrogen so try feeding it with a soluble plant food such as Peters or Miracle Grow.
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