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How can you stop post nasal drip that is causing bad breath?

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Dr. LEONARD FAZIO
Dentistry
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In brief: Food allergies

Try looking into the idea that certain foods may be irritating yo your system, causing you to react with the chronic drip.

In brief: Food allergies

Try looking into the idea that certain foods may be irritating yo your system, causing you to react with the chronic drip.
Dr. LEONARD FAZIO
Dr. LEONARD FAZIO
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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Assumption

Halitosis or bad breath can be caused by a number of medical problems.
Dental disease, gum disease, food particles caught in the crypts of the tonsils, and reflux of acid from the stomach represent a few. Post-nasal drainage can result from nasal allergy or viral/bacterial infection of the sinuses. It is not a common cause of bad breath. You need to identify the cause of post-nasal drainage.

In brief: Assumption

Halitosis or bad breath can be caused by a number of medical problems.
Dental disease, gum disease, food particles caught in the crypts of the tonsils, and reflux of acid from the stomach represent a few. Post-nasal drainage can result from nasal allergy or viral/bacterial infection of the sinuses. It is not a common cause of bad breath. You need to identify the cause of post-nasal drainage.
Dr. Bernstein Joel
Dr. Bernstein Joel
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