Swallowing problems, bad breath, loose teeth==menopause?

Do not think so. Loose teeth and bad breath are common with gum disease and not related to menopause and need to be addressed.
Not really. Bad breath and lose teeth are signs of periodontal disease. See your dentist asap!

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I have bad breath, when I swallow, I taste blood, and mucus, which leaves a gross taste and smell in my mouth.

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Left tonsil swollen a little pain left ear little pain when swallow feels like lump in throat. Bad breath nasty taste in mouth?

Pain control. See your doctor for an assessment tomorrow. If you are unable to swallow and the pain and swelling are increasing be seen sooner. All the best and feel better. Read more...
Ok.... without an exam, I can only give general information. and sinus infection frequently causes these symptoms. furthermore signs of infection involving collectiions of purulent material are indicative of a situation in which antibiotics are helpful. Might mention that strep infections fail zithromax 1 in 3 times and the mroe serious fusibacterial infections (mouth germ) doesn't respond it at all. Read more...
Get checked. Swollen tonsil, which can cause ear pain when swallowing, and bad breath is often a sign of strep throat, which must be treated with antibiotics so you don't get complications later. Please get seen or call your doctor. Read more...
Vague. Hard to say without a thorough history and exam. I would see a Dr. and hopefully get an answer- possible tests, etc. Read more...