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Posted by: PJ | 2008/06/06

Bad breath and nose problem

Dear reader,


I have noticed that I really suffer from bad breath for some reason. I have no idea what may cause this as I brush my teeth twice on a daily basis. And rinse it properly. I do smoke, but it is as if the smell is just getting worse and worse, despite the smoking. Even if I do not smoke.

I also have a constant running nose and something like a nasal drip.

Is there anything I can do to prevent the above. Or could it be some medical condition.


Rgds

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It sounds like if you are suffering from chronic sinusitis. The chronic nasal drip is causing the bad smell/taste in your mouth. I suggest that you consult your GP, to confirm this diagnosis, in order for him/her to prescribe antibiotics, as well as a nasal spray.

Kind regards




Dr Anrich Burger

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