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How To Get Rid Of Bad Smell In Nose

I am so troubled with heavy bad breath, sometimes I got some tonsil stones (white crystals) in the back part of mouth (tonsils) which smells very bad and my teeth are covered with yellow. Please tell me what can I do. And if its possible to guess then please tell how much rupees cost to get rid of this problem.

I am so troubled with heavy bad breath, sometimes I got some tonsil stones (white crystals) in the back part of mouth...
Treatment cost is very low. Always use miswak to brush it has immense benifits. Brush with miswak at bed time, after awakening ,after meals, for tonsils take cistus powder 1 teaspoon with 1 teaspoon of pure honey 1 month in morning bbf. Hijama therapy. You will be happy with you soon.
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When I talk, my mouth gets a bad smell. I talk to our mouth a bad smell. I am very tired of this. I can not talk to anyone. Please help me.

When I talk, my mouth gets a bad smell. I talk to our mouth a bad smell. I am very tired of this. I can not talk to a...
Causes Food. The breakdown of food particles in and around your teeth can increase bacteria and cause a foul odor. ... Tobacco products. Smoking causes its own unpleasant mouth odor. ... Poor dental hygiene. ... Dry mouth. ... Medications. ... Infections in your mouth. ... Other mouth, nose and throat conditions. ... Other causes. Suggestion: If you wear dentures, remove them at night and clean to get rid of bacterial buildup from food and drink. Drink plenty of water and swish cool water around in your mouth. ... Brush after every meal and floss, preferably twice a day. Replace your toothbrush every two to three months.
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Hello Doctor, Am 24 years old, people always complain me that my breath is very Bad. I go to office with a fear that today they will again complain me about my Bad breath. Please advice me what should I do to get rid of my Bad breath.

Hello Doctor, Am  24 years old, people always complain me that my breath is very Bad. I go to office with a fear that...
Hi sir, Kindly consult nearby dentist and try to get a dental check up done. Dentist will do necessary examination and will suggest you solution.
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How to get rid of bad breath and vaginal odour. These two are big problem in me. Please suggest something.

Almost every person has some degree of bad breath upon waking in the morning (this is called morning breath) and is easily eliminated by brushing the teeth. It is only when bad breath progress after brushing ones teeth that a diagnosis of halitosis can be made. Halitosis is often caused by a mouth or throat infection or in response to a food item in one’s diet. The main food culprit is garlic which can often be easily counteracted by eating parsley. Oral health conditions can also cause bad breath and are responsible for the development of halitosis in 85-90% of bad breath sufferers. Severe diets which restrict carbohydrate intake such as ketogenic diets are also responsible for the development of bad breath. Certain anatomical deviations such as corrugations or striations in the tongue do allow for the accumulation and growth of bacteria in the oral cavity. Certain foods Foods such as garlic, onions and spicy foods etc. Cause foul smelling breath after eating them. These foods are absorbed into the bloodstream, transferred into the lungs and become expelled in the air you breathe. Regular eating of such foods is likely to cause halitosis. People who diet are more likely to develop unpleasant breath from infrequent eating. You also get direct expulsion of these gases from your digestive tract. Poor oral health care Without proper and regular brushing, flossing and routine examinations by your dentist, food remains in the mouth causing bacteria to multiply and produce toxic waste which in turn causes breath odor. Food stuck on the teeth, gums, and tongue creates an environment where bacteria can feed and multiply. These bacteria release certain chemicals as a by-product which causes damage and decay of the gums and teeth. The chemicals that are released by the bacteria and the resulting decay in the mouth contribute to the bad breath. Improper cleaning of dentures Dentures that are not cleaned properly may be collecting bacteria and food particles which cause bad breath. Periodontal disease One of the primary symptoms of periodontal gum disease is foul, odorous breath, and an unpleasant taste in the mouth. This condition requires immediate care by an oral health professional. Dry mouth (xerostomia) This condition is often a large contributor to halitosis. It occurs when the flow of saliva decreases. Saliva is required to cleanse the mouth and remove particles that may cause odor. Xerostomia may be caused by certain medications, a salivary gland disorder, or by continuously breathing through the mouth instead of the nose. Tobacco products Not only do tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco and snuff stain the teeth and put the body at risk for a host of other diseases, they also contribute to bad breath. Tobacco products cause bad breath, stained teeth, reduces one's ability to taste foods and irritates the gum tissue. Tobacco users are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease and are at greater risk for developing oral cancer. Medical condition Bad breath may be an indication or symptom of any of the following conditions. However, each individual may experience different symptoms such as: A respiratory infection Infection of the nose, windpipe, or lungs Chronic bronchitis Post nasal drip Chronic sinusitis Diabetes Gastrointestinal disorders Liver or kidney disorders Severe dieting Dieters may develop unpleasant "fruity" breath from keto-acidosis which is due to the breakdown of chemicals during fasting. Restriction of caloric intake leads to hunger which can lead to a dry mouth. Factors that affect the airways and cause bad breath: Nasal Polyps Foreign bodies Sinusitis Dryness Bronchitis Pneumonia Factors that affect the esophagus and stomach and cause bad breath: Gastritis and food reflux (GERD- gastro-esophageal reflux disease) Stagnation of food FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE.
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Will it make my skin healthy naturally will I get rid of it forever please sir forward your number.

Will it make my skin healthy naturally will I get rid of it forever please sir forward your number.
Almost every person has some degree of bad breath upon waking in the morning (this is called morning breath) and is easily eliminated by brushing the teeth. It is only when bad breath progress after brushing ones teeth that a diagnosis of halitosis can be made. Halitosis is often caused by a mouth or throat infection or in response to a food item in one’s diet. The main food culprit is garlic which can often be easily counteracted by eating parsley. Oral health conditions can also cause bad breath and are responsible for the development of halitosis in 85-90% of bad breath sufferers. Severe diets which restrict carbohydrate intake such as ketogenic diets are also responsible for the development of bad breath. Certain anatomical deviations such as corrugations or striations in the tongue do allow for the accumulation and growth of bacteria in the oral cavity. Certain foods Foods such as garlic, onions and spicy foods etc. Cause foul smelling breath after eating them. These foods are absorbed into the bloodstream, transferred into the lungs and become expelled in the air you breathe. Regular eating of such foods is likely to cause halitosis. People who diet are more likely to develop unpleasant breath from infrequent eating. You also get direct expulsion of these gases from your digestive tract. Poor oral health care Without proper and regular brushing, flossing and routine examinations by your dentist, food remains in the mouth causing bacteria to multiply and produce toxic waste which in turn causes breath odor. Food stuck on the teeth, gums, and tongue creates an environment where bacteria can feed and multiply. These bacteria release certain chemicals as a by-product which causes damage and decay of the gums and teeth. The chemicals that are released by the bacteria and the resulting decay in the mouth contribute to the bad breath. Improper cleaning of dentures Dentures that are not cleaned properly may be collecting bacteria and food particles which cause bad breath. Periodontal disease One of the primary symptoms of periodontal gum disease is foul, odorous breath, and an unpleasant taste in the mouth. This condition requires immediate care by an oral health professional. Dry mouth (xerostomia) This condition is often a large contributor to halitosis. It occurs when the flow of saliva decreases. Saliva is required to cleanse the mouth and remove particles that may cause odor. Xerostomia may be caused by certain medications, a salivary gland disorder, or by continuously breathing through the mouth instead of the nose. Tobacco products Not only do tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco and snuff stain the teeth and put the body at risk for a host of other diseases, they also contribute to bad breath. Tobacco products cause bad breath, stained teeth, reduces one's ability to taste foods and irritates the gum tissue. Tobacco users are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease and are at greater risk for developing oral cancer. Medical condition Bad breath may be an indication or symptom of any of the following conditions. However, each individual may experience different symptoms such as: A respiratory infection Infection of the nose, windpipe, or lungs Chronic bronchitis Post nasal drip Chronic sinusitis Diabetes Gastrointestinal disorders Liver or kidney disorders Severe dieting Dieters may develop unpleasant "fruity" breath from keto-acidosis which is due to the breakdown of chemicals during fasting. Restriction of caloric intake leads to hunger which can lead to a dry mouth. Factors that affect the airways and cause bad breath: Nasal Polyps Foreign bodies Sinusitis Dryness Bronchitis Pneumonia Factors that affect the esophagus and stomach and cause bad breath: Gastritis and food reflux (GERD- gastro-esophageal reflux disease) Stagnation of food FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE.
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Hello drr. Smell coming from my mouth and my teeth is yellow .I have tried each and everything but nothing works. please help me get rid away from bad smell from mouth.

Hello drr. Smell coming from my mouth and my teeth is yellow .I have tried each and everything but nothing works. ple...
Hi Mr. lybrate-user, Bad breathe is a very common condition. There are many reasons for the problem of bad breath. It might be due to consumption of foods that emit a certain odour, or it may be due to systemic diseases that reflect as bad breathe in the oral cavity. Primary solution would be to go for around of Oral Prophylaxis and deep debridement with the dentist. Get a BANA test done to help the dentist diagnose the causative organism for the bad breath. Use a Cholorhedine Mouthwash (Dilute it with water) daily for better results. Regards
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Plz suggest best cream for black spot removal for female. It is not a serious skin spot but its show on nose looking bad.

Plz suggest best cream for black spot removal for female. It is not a serious skin spot but its show on nose looking ...
Hi lybrate-user, Dark spots are a common skin problem found mainly in young adults. Treating dark spots at home with natural remedies is easy and can be done with things you already have. Try any of the following methods to see which one works the best for you to remove unsightly dark spots from the skin. 1. Lemon Juice: Lemon juice could possibly be the best remedy for getting rid of dark spots that are caused for any reason. Lemon juice is naturally acidic and contains bleaching agents that will fade the dark pigment found in dark spots on the skin. All that is needed is fresh lemon juice applied to a cotton ball and then the affected area. This should be left on for twenty minutes and then rinsed with cool water. Repeating this method two times a day for two months will show your dark spots to disappear without a trace. 2. Aloe Vera: Aloe has long been known for its healing properties of the skin. It has long been known to treat cases of sunburn, but did you also know that it is excellent in getting rid of dark spots and healing stings? Fresh aloe (preferably from the plant) should be rubbed on the dark spot and left for about an hour. Rinse this off with cold water and repeat twice a day for a month. 3. Butter Milk: Buttermilk is great for the skin and has been used for years as a natural beauty agent. It contains lactic acid which is very beneficial to the skin. Buttermilk applied directly to the skin with a cotton swab will help tremendously with black spots. All that is needed is the application, wait a couple minutes, and then rinse. It’s really that easy. If you have acne or are prone to oily skin then mixing a little lemon juice to the buttermilk will work great. Adding tomato juice to the buttermilk is also recommended and highly beneficial. 4. Onion Juice: This unlikely home remedy is not only used as a great hair tonic, but is also extremely beneficial for dark spots on the skin. Red onion actually acts as a bleaching agent because it is highly acidic in nature. You can rub some raw onion directly onto dark spots on the skin and you will definitely see a difference in their appearance. If you don’t want to rub raw onions on your face, no one’s really going to blame you. You can instead combine one tablespoon of onion juice with two tablespoons of honey and apply this to your dark spots for about twenty minutes. Don’t forget to always wash the area really well that you’ve used the onion remedy on. It must be done to remove the powerful smell. 5. Sugar Cubes: If you’ve got some sugar cubes lying around the kitchen and you’re looking for an easy way to get rid of dark spots, you’re in luck. All you need to do is rub these little cubes on the affected area and they will naturally remove the dark spots. The reason this works so well is because of the glycolic acid that is present in the sugar cubes. It also works to exfoliate blemishes if you’ve got them. 6. Tomato Juice: Tomato juice mixed with a bit of lemon juice is one of the best remedies for a variety of different skin conditions. You can take it orally once a day or rub the areas you want to heal with this mixture soaked on a cotton ball. 7. Castor Oil: Castor oil has some of the strongest healing properties that help to get rid of dark spots easily and effectively. All that is needed is castor oil applied to a cotton ball that is applied to the dark spots in the morning and in the evening. Creating a ritual of doing this daily will help to quickly fade dark spots away. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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I have bad breath even if I brush and rinse my mouth after every meal. My gums are turning white.

I have bad breath even if I brush and rinse my mouth after every meal. My gums are turning white.
Gums may be turning white due to deposits on teeth or maybe due to some infection. And that would be the cause of your bad breath. So visit a dentist nearby for a check up.
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Recently got to know that bad smell from mouth. Suggest the best way to get rid of this.

Recently got to know that bad smell from mouth. Suggest the best way to get rid of this.
First find out the cause like Bleeding from gums Post Nasal drooping Gastric problem.. Then will be able to give proper medicine..
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I have bad smell from mouth from last 5 years. I got rid from two cavities 2 years back and these cavities had been for 1-2 years in my mouth. I had one of these cavity-tooth root canaled with a ceramic cap and after 7 days I found a black line at the bottom of it. I have some stains on my teeth. I went to the dentist for bad smell but he said that everything was ok. But from last year I experience that everyone covers their noses when I go near them no matter whether I speak or not. I doubt that bad smell is coming from my nose also. I went to ENT doctor but he also said that all was ok. What should I do now.

See your dentist regularly -- at least twice a year. He or she will conduct an oral exam and professional teeth cleaning and will be able to detect and treat periodontal disease, dry mouth, or other problems that may be the cause of bad mouth odor. Stop smoking and chewing tobacco-based products. Ask your dentist for tips on kicking the habit. Drink lots of water. This will keep your mouth moist. Chewing gum (preferably sugarless) or sucking on candy (preferably sugarless) also stimulates the production of saliva, which helps wash away food particles and bacteria. Gums and mints containing xylitol are best. Keep a log of the foods you eat. If you think they may be causing bad breath, bring the log to your dentist to review. Similarly, make a list of the medications you take. Some drugs may play a role in creating mouth odors. Who Treats Bad Breath? In most cases, your dentist can treat the cause of bad breath. If your dentist determines that your mouth is healthy and the odor is not of oral origin, you may be referred to your family doctor or to a specialist to determine the odor source and treatment plan. If the odor is due to gum disease, for example, your dentist can either treat the disease or refer you to a periodontist, a dentist who specializes in treating gum conditions.
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