For several years I have had a dry cough at night (I do not cough during the day). I take cough syrup every night and have to sleep w/sugarless cough drops in my mouth. Even though they are sugarless, they are apparently causing a breakdown of the enamel on my teeth (according to my dentist, who wants me to stop using cough drops ASAP), and 12 cavities within the last year. I have seen an allergist, an ENT, and two gastroenterologists. I have a dust mite allergy, which is controlled by dust mite covers, etc. I also have reflux, controlled by meds. The allergist thinks it's reflux and the gastros think it's allergies! Any suggestions would be appreciated!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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