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Cure Bad Breath Stomach
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 more
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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 more
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 more
I have a bad breath problem even after brushing but my siblings don't have. I want to know that stomach could be a cause for bad breathing?
No, No, and NO!: Please don't be fooled by colon cleanser claims! constipation is defined by doctors as bowel infrequency--less than one stool every 3-4 days. In most cases of non-obstructed constipation, neither bad breath, stomach infections, nor disease in general will result. Be concerned in rare cases of bowel blockage of any cause, marked dysmotility (colonic inertia, pelvic floor dysfunction), etc. ...Read more
If a cavity hurt for 7 years and all of a sudden stopped hurting, then you had it filled, will it cause bad breath and possibly stomach ulcers?
Neglect: Having a cavity for 7 years without getting a filling, can lead to the nerve dying and stop hurting. However, the tooth can abcess and hurt your health. Since you have neglected you teeth and gums, you can develop gums disease and have bad breath. Your stomach ulcers are not from your cavity but from you not caring for yourself. See your md and a dentist. ...Read more
I have bad breath and its coming from my stomach, not because of oral hygiene. I'm treating it with probiotic yogurt everyday, had eggs and now its back?
What the cause of having bacteria in stomach what is it and how to prevent it I pass gas a lot and bad bacteria comes out of me and also bad breath?
H. Pylori IS BADDD: Bacteria in the intestines is normal. In fact, bacteria plays an important role in the break down of bile and the absorption of some nutrients, but certain bacteria such as H. Pylori can be extremely harmful. H. Pylori is a bacteria that can live in the stomach, if left untreated if can cause cancer a MALT mucosal associated lymphoid tissue. A simple test in your PCPs office can defect H. Pylori ...Read more
I have body odor & I can't get rid of bad breath I floss and brush & still don't work can it be my stomach or maybe a sign of diabetes I'm 240 pounds?
I have been burping continuously for 3 days, have bad breath which won't go away (not oral problems) and sometimes my stomach growls. Should I get the treatmentfor gerd?
A thought: I would encourage you to immediately see your physician for an examination. Your doctor may refer you to a gastroenterologist. In dentistry we are confronted with this problem called acid reflux. When the acidic regurgitation enters the oral cavity, it causes erosion and breakdown of tooth structure. Your doctor may talk with you about your lifestyle and some changes that can benefit your health. ...Read more
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 more
Have stomach painive had a endoscopy, CT scan and a colonospy it was all negative, have bad breath, stomach is non stop acid feeling what's wrong?
I brush and floss everyday and still have bad breath I pass gas a lot can it be that or bad gas in stomach I'm 240 pounds what to do is there OTC pill?
Gastroenterologist: It would benefit you to be examined by a specialist in this area. Your diet may be contributing considerbly to your halitosis, especially if rich in flatulogenic foods. In addition, if you have cavities or calculus stuck to your teeth, all the brushing, flossing, and mouthwash won't help. See a dentist for an oral evaluation. All the best.... ...Read more
I smell like fart often, and I don't fart, have stomach problems, bladder infections and bad breath, but don't know what is causing the fart smell from?
Why my breath stinks so bad I brush and floss everyday and even scrap my tongue with a tongue scrapper still have bad breath is it my stomach causing bad breath plus I'm 235 pounds?
See a dentist: 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 more
Floating stools, bad breath, warm feeling in the stomach frequent movement, lots of farting even after I just went, going on for 2-3 months no insuranc?
Malabsorption: You may have some sort of malabsorption syndrome. Do u get that way with dairy products? U could b lactose intolerant. It is hard to say. You should get a referral to a gastroenterologist to get testes to make sure it isn't anything more serious. ...Read more
Severe bad breath fr/ stomach 1 yr, recent mild heartburn 2 mths. Coloscpy/gastro/h pylori & blodwrk all normal. Scrip ppi & OTC hrtburn meds not workin?
Bad breath: Consider the possibility of your severe bad breath coming from your tongue, gum, tonsils, other parts of the mouth or sinuses. Oral bacteria can thrive under a continually-forming tongue coating of food debris, dead epithelial cells, and postnasal drip. When left on the tongue or gum, bacteria can produce foul-smelling sulfur-containing compounds. Remove bacteria and food debris from your mouth. ...Read more
Chronic bad breath. Dentist says my mouth is healthy. I drink enough h2o and have healthy diet etc. What should I have dr check - sinus, stomach etc?
Chronic bad breath:
Poor oral hygiene, gum disease, sinus infection, acid reflux, smoking and diet are the major causes of chronic bad breath. Also systemic or bowel diseases.
If your dentist has ruled out dental problems, you should see your physician or an ENT specialist for an evaluation. ...Read more
I always do have mild headache and bad breath whereas my stomach is ok as my gastrointestinal doctor told me and I don have dental problem.
Bad breath: Causes include infected teeth and/or gums, failure to clean between teeth, failure to clean tongue, infected tonsils and/or adenoids, infected sinuses, odor producing foods, medications or supplements, or some systemic diseases. Please consult wit both a Periodontist and an Ear/Nose/Throat Specialist to begin with. ...Read more
My 17 months baby has bad breath all time and his stomach is a bit inflated with runny nose and slight fever and he's refusing to eat any solid food.
Needs evaluation: You should take your baby to the doctor for an exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Have stomach pain ive had a endoscopy, CT scan and a colonospy it was all negative, have bad breath, stomach is non stop acid feeling what's wrong?
Went to GI he told me that nothing is wrong with my stomach what is causing soul smell bad breath blurred vision hair loss and weight loss?
See your dentist: See your dentist. Have the dentist rule out decay and periodontal disease. Have enhanced hygiene-- brushing at a forty five degree angle between the tooth and the gingiva, flossing correctly, using a tongue scraper and possibly a prescribed rinse. If the etiology is not determined to be dental, a MD consult may be needed. ...Read more
Find cause: Chronic sinus problems, dental or gum disease, gastric emptying problms are all potential causes. If your dentist have given you a clean bill of oral health, and you are on no medications which can cause salivary gland decrease, you may wabt to see your doctor. Good oral hygiene is imperative, teeth, gums, flossing, and tongue should all be cleansed frequently. ...Read more