Desperate for Remedy

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Anonymous needs your help: “I have a very very difficult problem. I have had halitosis for years, very bad halitosis.

I have tried everything, had many tests, taken reflux medicine, antibiotics, you name it. They have tried to determine its source and can’t.

I have now been prescribed a very expensive antibiotic but have not yet started it. I have had blood tests, tested zinc levels, looked for sinus issues, everything.

It has so deeply affected my life and is a very depressing problem as I can’t join anything, meet new people, or even volunteer. Whatever is causing this has to be unusual because my doctor is at a loss and so is my dentist.

What have you tried that has helped you?

I have taken to keeping mostly to myself but this is not at all healthy as I am outgoing.”

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7 thoughts on “Desperate for Remedy”

  1. Bad breath is often caused by volatile sulfur compounds, and biofilm on the back of the tongue. Use a mouthwash such as ProFresh that neutralizes vsc. ProFresh does this because it contains chlorine dioxide. Then use a tongue cleaner to remove the biofilm on the back of the tongue.

  2. Have you checked it been checked for tonsil stones? Look them up on YouTube. My granddaughter had the worst breath and we found out she had tonsil stones

  3. If you have dry mouth it can give you terribly bad breath. They have rinses you can get for dry mouth and then it helps to keep you mouth moist.

  4. Do you smoke? If you do, you must stop. I’m a nurse and I’m wondering too about some kind of infection. Where, I don’t know. What about some kind of yeast infection? Have you had blood work for that? You can use a little hydrogen peroxide in your mouth rinse and don’t rinse afterward. They say parsley works – don’t know, never tried it. Not sure if that would do it for you though.

  5. hi. have you been to a doctor. I’m saying this because I had persistant chest infections. I also had persistant sinus infections which resulted in bad breath. After some time I mentioned this to a doctor and that I had to have all my front teeth with root canals as my sinuses touched the roots of my teeth. my doctor had an ah ha moment and treated my sinus infections more rigourously giving me a spray for after they had cleared up. no more bad breath, no more sinus infections, no more chest infections, no more absesses in my gums, and sore throats. all were the result of my dripping sinuses which were was because of allergies.

  6. I agree with the parsley. If not doing so get water pill and use a couple times a day. Brush 2 x a day include tongue and mouth. There are rinses like Biotene which will keep mouth. Moist. I have heard people also use charcoal pills. Infection is also a concern and sounds like a doc thinks it’s a possibility.

  7. Try increasing your fiber and water intake to clear your intestines. Parsley is a known breath freshner and the tea has loads of benefits.

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