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Bad smell from mouth and nose due to infected root canal

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  • Posted By: irfan khan
  • June 12, 2012
  • 09:29 PM

I had done root canal treatment of two of my lower front teeth 13 years back then I got an infection on those tooth 2 years ago a pus appeared on my gums of that root canal tooth. I visited a dentist & he prescribe me antibiotics which had no affect on the pus. I was having the problem of bad smell from my mouth, then bad smell starts from my nose too for which I pulled my infected root canal teeth 4 months ago but it had no affect on the bad smell, a very foul and offensive smell come from my mouth and nose I had tried every thing like mouth washes, tooth paste and lot of other things but it had no affect on the bad smell,Some other symptoms which I want to share is that I am physically feeling very low in energy and have problem of diziness/fatigue also, when I do physical exercise I feel a bit pain in my chin(from where the infected tooth were extracted) also I use to brush my teeth 3 times a day and use Enziclor mouthwash(after every meal) 3 times a day and If I don't brush my teeth after every meal then the color of my lower front gums change straight away, My problem is that of bad smell from mouth and nose which had make my life miserable, I am feeling that still there is an infection even after pulling the teeth. I had visited so many dentist in the last two years but had found no solution to my problem.
I had no other problem i-e no ENT problem no stomach problem no respiratory system problem according to doctors. I have also done lot of research on net and read different resarch papers my conclusion is that there is still anaerobic bacteria in the area from where the tooth has been pulled out and those bacteria secret toxins causing the problems.

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  • It does sound like you still have an infection. Look into coconut pulling. Many people with gum/teeth issues use it and supposedly it really helps.I'm sharing this message a friend sent me so you can see his methods:"A tooth has been troubling me and I have found fasting while taking massive doses of Vit-C, Olive Leaf Extract, Oregano Oil, salt water rinses and oil pulling can reverse damage and heal a tooth. Teeth are living tissue and can remineralize, although is not common knowledge. I healed a molar last year. Was a real head-banger the pain was so bad. Swollen jaw, lymph nodes enlarged and sensitive, ear and nostril affected. I was going to get the bugger yanked but decided to cruise the web first. Sure enough, there are those courageous and marginally insane folks who refuse to succumb to the drill and are healing their own teeth. That's all the encouragement I needed. It was tough, and at time scary but the tooth did heal."Also, I would buy some GSE (grapefruit seed extract). After you brush your teeth at night, rinse the mouth (and toothbrush) thoroughly, then put 3 drops on GSE on toothbrush and brush the teeth lightly and spit. Do not rinse but let the residue of GSE stay in the mouth overnight. Additionally, I'd buy bentonite clay and rub the gums with it before bed. It's fine if you end up swallowing it in your sleep as it's very healthy. You must address this immediately as teeth problems as you are experiencing will take the body down. P.S. if you take Vitamin C get Twinlab brand called "Allergy-C" it is the only brand I know of that is not made from corn. Best of luck. Ayla
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  • Additional thoughts on how to approach the problem...Garlic is a natural antibiotic. I'd try to get a few cloves a day into me (make sure to grate them, and that you have food in your stomach, or you will feel sick and can burn the stomach...also do not take before bed as it can be disruptive to sleep/bad dreams). A strong garlic supplement such as "Garlix" can also be integrated into the healing regimen.I've used garlic extensively for infected skin and can attest to it's healing properties. I'd put a slice directly on the gum at the site of infection and leave on for a few moments. If left on too long, garlic can burn the skin and eventually it will peel (although I've found the infection goes away even with this extreme method). So try it for short periods.It goes without saying that you must give your body total support during this healing phase, and hopefully thereafter. Eat whole unprocessed, non GMO foods, lots of organic veggies, cut out all sugar which causes inflammation and the growth of all kinds of troublemakers in the body, eliminate breads as well.I'd also use a Neti pot with baking soda and salt to irrigate, and cleanse the nasal passages. You can look on youtube for videos of how to use the Neti pot (which can be purchased at most pharmacies).Unfortunately, you have an infection that must be cleared with hard work. A single pill is not going to do it in this case.
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