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How to treat bad mouth smell, it comes bad the stomach?

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Dr. Howard Greller
Emergency Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Oral hygeine

A combination of good oral hygiene (i.
e. Flossing, brushing both teeth and tongue and using some form of oral rinse) along with dietary modification (avoiding things that promote acid reflux, such as peppermint, chocolate and alcohol) can help reduce halitosis (bad breath). And if you smoke, stop!

In brief: Oral hygeine

A combination of good oral hygiene (i.
e. Flossing, brushing both teeth and tongue and using some form of oral rinse) along with dietary modification (avoiding things that promote acid reflux, such as peppermint, chocolate and alcohol) can help reduce halitosis (bad breath). And if you smoke, stop!
Dr. Howard Greller
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Dr. Brett Kalmowitz
always hard to brush a toddler's teeth. But if it persists consider reflux and ask the pediatrician about a trial of antiacid medications
Dr. Patrick Melder
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: GERD

This may be acid reflux if you feel that it is coming up from the stomach.
Over the counter medications for heartburn may be helpful. If it persists, you should be seen by a doctor to make sure nothing more serious is present.

In brief: GERD

This may be acid reflux if you feel that it is coming up from the stomach.
Over the counter medications for heartburn may be helpful. If it persists, you should be seen by a doctor to make sure nothing more serious is present.
Dr. Patrick Melder
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