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unsure of what's going on! pls help

  • Posted By: kurtney
  • November 27, 2008
  • 03:34 AM

I have a very good oral hygiene. My problem about bad breath is outside oral cavity that is link to a serious medical condition which is not yet known so far. I've visited different ENT's & internal meds but no immprovements in my condition. The odor is originating not only from my mouth but as well as from my nose when I'm exhaling. And I feel so horrible about it. I have frequent heartburn, nausea, dizziness, difficulty in breathing especially if there's someone seating beside me. I think it's because of taking antihistamines before, drinking milk up to 5x a day, taking meds over the counter (ibuprofen) that contributes to my serious condition now. I already eliminated dairy products, I'm not drinking coffee or alcohol and I'm not even a smoker. I've taken antacids for 2 weeks because the doctor said it's acidosis. Maybe it's a liver failure or something, gallbladder problem, or a fish odor syndrome (I can't tell the smell but it's really foul) right now, I'm taking liveraide and hoping it will work repair my liver and improve my condition. I also suspect that I have parasites inside my body because I'm experiencing bruxism too. I dont know what to do anymore!

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