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    Hey I'm a girl and my breath smells I can sometimes smell it myself. I always buy a pack of gum to make it smell nice , it's making me insecure that everyday I need to buy gum. My boyfriend has mentioned it to me to.

    What should I do? The dentist never tell me anything about it whenever I get check ups they say everything is fine.
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    brush your teeth?
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    I've heard gargling salt water helps (teaspoon of salt and warm water). When you gargle it, make sure its right at the back of your throat. Also brush teeth twice a day and use mouthwash (gargle with mouthwash as well). Don't eat anything after brushing your teeth before bed otherwise that defeats the whole point. Also, if possible, in the morning eat breakfast before brushing teeth, so when you leave your house your breath will be fresh.
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    at least you've got a boyfriend...

    I'd say brush dat tongue and drink water.

    Stink breath is also the sign of gastrointestinal problems. What is your diet and do you need to poo...? Is there a lot of acidic **** going on in there?... Also, maybe you have a short tongue or hallatosis. However it's spelled, when you just keep getting stanky breath. A short tongue stuffs up your mouth and beds germs.
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    There is breath spray
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    Change your diet. Check if you have an illness or something. Use mouth wash...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey I'm a girl and my breath smells I can sometimes smell it myself. I always buy a pack of gum to make it smell nice , it's making me insecure that everyday I need to buy gum. My boyfriend has mentioned it to me to.

    What should I do? The dentist never tell me anything about it whenever I get check ups they say everything is fine.
    Brush your teeth well, use mouthwash, floss, consider bringing it up with GP, dentist or pharmacist if it really bothers you.
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    Its quite simple. Eliminate bad breath this way (scientifically proven)
    - Brush your teeth and floss regularly to remove plague
    - Scrape your tongue with a tongue scraper (*most important*) as around 90% of bad breath comes from your tongue.
    - use mouthwash immediately after brushing/flossing and DO NOT rinse your mouth out with water after brushing/applying mouthwash as you’re washing away the paste!
    - during the day, reinforce good breath by drinking water, sugar FREE mints and avoiding foods high in sugar!
    If you have bad breath, you probably eat a lot of chocolate/sweets etc. so cut down on those.
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