it happens sometimes when froth forms in mouth due to toothpaste people starts vomiting. I will suggest you to take a very small portion of toothpaste and try to brush. If it does not work then try different types of toothpastes which ever suits you better you can continue with it. Some medicated toothpastes does not make froth like one is toothmin.
That's unfortunate that inspite of the efforts ure unable to clean your mouth well. Im not clear here about your first part of the question" the acid problem" you mentioned. If you meant acid reflux then be assured that tooth paste has no such effects on gastric acid reflux. It has more to do with your gag reflex or vomiting. Few individuals have higher gag reflex in the middle or back part of the tongue. And also the back part of the gums covering the upper bone (palate). You need to work it out by yourself on this. This cannot go for a long time as you need to clean your back part of the mouth as well. Texhnique:
we call this technique as desensitization. Which means you have a high sensitive palate and tongue, which has to be desensitized so that the problem will
Just try touching or massaging the middle part of your palate and tongue with an cotton ear bud and keep doin this for few weeks and evey week try to advance it slightly more further back. By doin this ure actually habituating your tongue and palate for the act. When you feel that the desensitization is enough to reach your back part of the last tooth, then you can stop it and ull be like any other individual brushing their teeth and keeping a good oral hygiene.
Trust me this will take a lot of patience and perseverance from your side.
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Don't b in a hurry while brushing use tooth paste of which you like the taste best don't let your brush go too far back in your mouth.
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