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PND That Causes Bitter Taste In Mouth and Halitosis?

Since middle school, my social life has suffered because of a 24/7 PND-induced bitter taste in my mouth, which accompanies halitosis. I can see the mucous in the back of my throat causing the problem; it is cloudy in color and thick in consistency. Despite all the mucous, I do not exhibit symptoms of allergies, sinusitis, or acid reflux/Lpr; I do not experience sinus pressure, headaches, heartburn, sore throat, coughing, etc. I am absolutely clueless as to what is causing this depressing condition. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
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replied August 27th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.Bitter taste and halitosis needs oral hygienist. PND needs elaboration as it abbreviates to many different phrases. Please let your oral hygienist help you with halitosis.



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