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Pls help! I have a terrible condition

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  • Posted By: kurtney
  • November 22, 2008
  • 03:37 AM

:confused: I'm experiencing dizziness, nausea, shortness of breath most especially if there's someone seating beside me (they smell a very very foul odor from me. I could tell from their reactions), chest pain, disgusting taste in my mouth and halitosis. I've seen ENT's and internal med but they can't figured out what's wrong with me. There's also a foul odor coming from my nose everytime I exhale. I'm experiencing this for 3 months already and I'm going insane! I'm losing hope.. I already eliminate dairy products, I don't smoke and I don't drink coffee. My ENT said its acidosis. I've taken Obax (antacid) but there's no improvement in my condition. I think my condition is related to my allergy. I've taken hydroxyzine and antamin. My nose, throat, mouth as well my teeth were clear. Im very hygienic person. I brush my teeth after every meal, i floss once a day, I use mouthwash (dencytol+), I scrape my tongue, I take a bath twice a day (morning & night). I think it's an internal problem maybe in the stomach, liver or kidney. Pls help! I want to know what's wrong with me & how to treat my condition. Any input will be greatly appreciated.

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  • I read your post and I have almost the exact same symptoms you have, expect I have been experiencing them for several years now. I have also tried all of the remedies you mentioned and they also did not help my condition what so ever. As well as seeing several ENT and Internal Medicine doctors as you have, I’ve been to gastro specialists, two breath clinics and had many test ran and still have halitosis, chest pain, fatigue, etc. I have been checked for acid reflux by my gastro doctor, he done an upper endoscope and prescribed some medication. The medication did not work and the doctor said there was only mild inflammation in my esophagus. My ENT doctors tested me for allergies and after being stuck in the arm lots and lots of times they only found a few things that I was mildly allergic too. The medication they gave me also did help my halitosis. One of the breath clinic specialist ran a pH test from a culture taken from my mouth and said that the reading was more alkaline that normal. This means that there is a higher concentration of bacteria than should be, however the medication that was prescribed did not work either. I have been checked for Thrush and had my throat swabbed to check for other diseases, all tests has been negative. My halitosis started after a nose surgery, so it is very hard for me to except the problem is being caused by either acid reflux or allergies. I suspect that there is some sort of bacteria that entered my throat or sinus cavity during the surgery, however so far none of the antibiotics that have been prescribed has remedied my issue. I can relate with you when you say you are going insane and losing hope. I believe there has to be some sort of remedy for this situation and that so far the doctors have overlooked or not test for something. I hope my posting does not discourage you and will be watching this forum for more suggestions.
    roston4 2 Replies
    • November 22, 2008
    • 02:43 PM
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  • Hi roston4! Right now I am considering to take herbal remedies for internal detox cleanse (liver & kidney). I am hoping it will work and finally solve my problem. :confused:
    kurtney 1 Replies
    • November 23, 2008
    • 10:17 AM
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  • Hi there, You have a bacterial infection due to an overacidity. Homeopathic remedies, antibacterial diet for 3-4 months, specific supplements and metabolic type eating plan will heal your symptoms.Contact me on skype if you need more info. My skype name is drbulatov. Love, peace and joy, Dr B
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 23, 2008
    • 02:40 PM
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