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I need serious help here (bad breath)


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Try chewing mint leaves.


I'll try that, if I can get my hands on some. I always brush my tongue, and while it is a great suggestion, it hasn't worked for me. I ate an apple an hour after I ate the nasty pie, and I also had one today, which I thought would work tbh, but it didn't. Now that I think about it, it's kind of like like the nasty is in my salivary glands, (on the back of my jaw) not the mouth so much, which would explain why my whole mouth tastes bad if its the saliva, although that probably means infection. I don't feel pain or inflammation, just feels like when I breathe in through my mouth my glands are active, as if my mouth was watering over delicious food. Also, I am not Paperclips


Do you brush your tongue with a tongue brush, though? Because the tongue's really different from teeth so bristles don't really clean it. Also, if you have that thirsty feeling a lot, try drinking more water because a dry mouth doesn't help your breath.

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laura's right. i hate it when a friend of a friend who scarred the back of his throat doing that talks. it's not even that he talks, i mean i can't see [cabbage] when he talks normally. he just makes this obnoxious sound by opening his mouth really wide.

From what I think I understood of that, it's not so much the sight of the scar, as that would be illogical and seemingly impossible to notice in the first place, it's rather the form of the scar. Often, scars do not match up with existing tissue in relation to color or size which can lead to impressions or buildups. I got my nail removed at one point with fragments pulled out of my skin, some of which began rooting under the skin, and once pulled out they left a scar. Now, every time the slightest pressure is put on my nail, I can feel where the scar is located. I'm not sure if you're like me when it comes to noticing small things such as that, but it certainly doesn't feel correct.
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yeah i guess that makes more sense than what i thought at first. now i feel bad

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i had to get a crown on my back wisdom teeth because the hole was generating more bad breath each year. worked wonders for me fortunately.



anyways. i wouldn't take bad breath as a significant excuse to inform online. chewing gum is only temporarily, try to make an acquired habit of brushing your teeth and practice EVERY (yes i mean every) dental hygiene until your bad breath eventually reduces.

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The thing isn't chronic bad breath that may be a little gross that I need to tell the world about, it is a sudden change in my breath, directly after eating a nauseating piece of pie that had the same taste. I was concerned with my health if I may have had some sort of infection. Before I ate the pie, my cleaning habits were brushing 2x a day, mouthwash once a week or so, and that's it. All of a sudden nothing short of rinsing with hydrochloric acid helped. I use the past tense because today it is significantly less noticeable, but it is still kind of there. I repeat: this is NOT ordinary chronic bad breath. This is bad breath possibly caused by rotten food or some other outside factor. I suppose when I use the term "bad breath," I really mean decaying odor.



Oh and I don't use a specific brush for my tongue, just the bristles, so that may partially explain it. And I didn't say i was thirsty, just that the bad breath caused my mouth to water more when I breathed in.
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When I eat raw (or undercooked) garlic or onion the taste remains in my mouth and throat for days, I hate it it makes me sick (not literally sick, but it sickens me).



Perhaps the same happens to you when you eat pie?

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I had this to but with a grapey taste. Scrub the hell out of your tongue even the back of your tongue and near that thingy that makes you gag (Uvula?). Scrub the inside of your cheeks also.
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Aha, that's what happens when you try to "follow the crowd". A moral lesson learnt.

Go see an oral specialist(fancy name for a dentist, something I learnt from a toothpaste advertisement). A proper dentist > Tipit's medical students. Go, go!

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Aha, that's what happens when you try to "follow the crowd". A moral lesson learnt.

Go see an oral specialist(fancy name for a dentist, something I learnt from a toothpaste advertisement). A proper dentist > Tipit's medical students. Go, go!




Exactly. I have a suspicion that it was karma. These are the type of perils conformists must face.

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Aha, that's what happens when you try to "follow the crowd". A moral lesson learnt.

Go see an oral specialist(fancy name for a dentist, something I learnt from a toothpaste advertisement). A proper dentist > Tipit's medical students. Go, go!




Exactly. I have a suspicion that it was karma. These are the type of perils conformists must face.


At least it wasn't poisoned koolaid. This time.

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It's possible you could have had a reaction in your gums to the pie, which would account for the bad taste progressively getting worse. Best to consult your dentist and maybe a doctor if necessary.
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Use listerine mouthwash. Drink that [cabbage] too.




I was about to say 'it all become clean with listerine'

But yeah, listerine usually works.

Or you could try Corsodyl.

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What toothpaste do you use?
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