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Bad Breath From Stomach
I have acid reflux-acid washing up throat, indigestion-bad breath from stomach and constipation, laxatives or prunes don't work, solutions ?
Bad breath: Yes there are many people who have acid reflux coming into the mouth from the stomach you should see a gastroenterologist physician to rule iit out a your stomach being the source of the bad breath if not your stomac see your dentist to check out your mouth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can digestive tract odor gives you bad breath I brush and floss everyday and still bad breath can it be from stomach area release in gases ?
Bad breath: There are many reasons for halitosis, including reflux or odor coming from stomach. The source may also be sinuses and tongue. Are there any other symptoms that may suggest reflux such as heartburn, sore throat or belching? Chronic Halitosis may also be suggestive of an infection. Coincidentally, one of the more effective antibiotics to treat such infection is Flagyl which you are on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gerd, Gas, Ulcer: Though not the most prominent, bad breath from stomach problems can occur. This is because gastrointestinal issues that could lead to bad breath are usually pervasive enough for someone to seek treatment. See your dentist for Halimeter test, diagnosis and bad breath treatment that depends on its cause. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difference between align pro-biotic and activia pro-biotic yogurt ? Which is better for stomach troubles and bad breath ?
Number of bacteria: Align probiotics contain billions more of the beneficial bacteria and is therapeutic to restore normal bowel flora for improved bowel function when the normal flora have been thrown out of balance by disease or antibiotics. Activia is for restoring a better balance of beneficial bacteria when the bacterial balance is only slightly off. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Brush tongue/palate: your bad breath is probably not due to mucus in your stomach.... bad breath is most commonly caused by the mouth itself. make sure when you brush to also brush your tongue and palate (the hard roof of your mouth). bacteria love those two places as much as teeth and gums. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers