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what is wrong when your breathe has a fecal smell? breathe just has a fecal smell.

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Dr. Theodore Davantzis
40 years experience Dentistry
There : There are many factors that can be causing bad breath, one of them being dental problems. Periodontal disease, calculus stuck to your teeth, cavities full of bacteria and food are just some of the many dental conditions that may not hurt, but are the causes of halitosis. When was your last visit to a dentist? No matter how much you brush and gargle with mouthwash, your dental problems will not go away. Make an appointment with a trusted dentist in your community, have an exam and a good cleaning, and rule out any dental problems. After that, you can concentrate on other causes like acid reflux and your diet.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016
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