Our expert says:
Unfortunately, you will have to consult a doctor, to exclude sinusitis, as well as reflux gastritis. Although reflux gastritis will cause a bitter taste in your mouth. You should also consult a dentist to exclude gingivitis. These consultations will not be thousands of rands. It will be unwise to try and treat conditions that is not confirmed by your doctor.
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