A 46-year-old member asked:
Is it possible that stomach inflammation causes bad breath?
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Dentistry 21 years experience
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Dentistry 37 years experience
NO. only sometimes: Humans do not breathe through the stomach, meaning you cannot exhale air from your stomach, the only time stomach inflammation may cause bad breath if you have regurgitation or stomach reflux, when contents of the stomach being regurgitated to your mouth. Also there are cases of halitosis associated with helicobacter pylori.
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Last updated Aug 30, 2016
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