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Can you get HIV/AIDS through the mouth if you DO NOT have a cut in your mouth?

A: Do you want to bet the health of the rest of your life on whether or not you think you have a cut in your mouth? We are talking microscopic skin breaks caused by corn chips or a gum slightly pulled away from the teeth by a tough piece of meat or an abrasion from a toothbrush. You are supposed to use dental floss every day and it cuts slightly into all the gums between all the teeth. So how long do you give it to heal up? Do you bet your life? Ever bite the inside of your cheek? Chapped lips have very tiny cracks and sometimes bleed. the

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Why does your breath smell so bad in the morning?!?

A: dude cause you stink pls have a orbit Saliva helps reduce the growth of bacteria in your mouth. You produce less saliva while you''re sleeping. When bacteria grow, they produce bad odors. If you want to try to reduce that effect, swish around some Listerine for a solid 30 seconds before going to bed. That will kill a lot of the bacteria in your mouth. With the food in your guts mostly processed, your body begins to detox from its daily onslaught of chemicals and other foul stuff you ingest when you eat processed food and drink municipal water....


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Is there any medicine that can be helpful in treating mouth odor?

A: Bad breath or unpleasant mouth odor is one of the most common conditions that all of us have experienced or suffered at some point of time. It is in fact referred to medically as halitosis.  the condition is caused due to the presence of odor producing bacteria in the mouth. there are a variety of factors that contribute to the problem and these may also determine the nature of the problem in the context of whether temporary and recurring...
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Why do we clean our teeth in the morning?

A: I always wondered about this too, but after you get up aren''t you going to eat anyway? So why not wait until then? But I guess you can never be too clean? bacteria in general its because of the bacteria in your mouth reproduce over night....so theres like 4 times as much bacteria in the morning then at night there maybe still food particles left in saliva and sleeping is usually for long hours so by then the bacteria would have mutiplied and produced plaque again...


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What is the casue of bad breath in my mouth, how can i get rid of that?

A: bad breath or "hallitosis" can be as simple as mouthwash to solve, or it could be chemical embalance,diet related etc.. try listerene, a balanced diet no junk food if persists see a docter and nutritionist Besides brushing and flossing, it could be diet, something not digesting correctly Try a product called Closys. It''s a mouthrinse, and it kind of tastes like pool water (I know it sounds nasty) but it kills the bacteria in your mouth and actually makes it better. (there is a little vial in there that can make it minty, but you have to shake it every day). Also, if you eat Garlic, forget to brush, don''t...


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Why Do I Find White Slime In My mouth Every Morning?

A: During the night, most people sleep with their mouths closed. This environment allows bacteria that like lower levels of oxygen to thrive. In the morning, the white slime is left. Could be from something you are using or consuming in the evening. Or possibly a yeast infection. Try eliminating things from your routine to determine if that is a factor. It is possible that you have some type of a yeast infection in your mouth. This could be caused by many different reasons. You should consult your doctor for treatment. Morning mouth is what many people call

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Why Do I Find White Slime In My mouth Every Morning?

A: During the night, most people sleep with their mouths closed. This environment allows bacteria that like lower levels of oxygen to thrive. In the morning, the white slime is left. Could be from something you are using or consuming in the evening. Or possibly a yeast infection. Try eliminating things from your routine to determine if that is a factor. It is possible that you have some type of a yeast infection in your mouth. This could be caused by many different reasons. You should consult your doctor for treatment. Morning mouth is what many people call

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Do bad teeth run in the famlies?

A: No, But I believe that diarrhea is hereditary...it runs in your jeans definitely bad hygiene, if she takes care of them then there should be no logical explanation for them to be rotting. My parents have pretty bad teeth, but that is because they come from another country and they barely got dentist checkups as kids. My teeth are very healthy and bright though, they were strong enought to endure braces and they are whiter than my parents''. it is all about how you take care of them, she is probably not doing something, like brushing regularly...


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Would piercing your tongue be a bad thing to do?In the long run would it affect me at all?

A: From Pulp Fiction: TRUDI You know how they use that gun when they pierce your ears? they don''t use that when they pierce your nipples, do they? JODY Forget that gun. That gun goes against the entire idea behind piercing. All of my piercing, sixteen places on my body, every one of ''em done with a needle. Five in each ear. One through the nipple on my left breast. One through my right nostril. One through my left eyebrow. One through...


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I've beem getting sores in my mouth every 6 months or so as long as I can remember, is it a form of herpes?

A: Seriously, you need to cut back on all of that meat Popsicle, you probably been partaking in...LOL Assuming you brush your teeth religiously? I hope you do. Listerine too? these things are common sense as a way to treat your condition. Cold sores dont attack inside the mouth, just the lips and inside the nose (THAT is misery). Go to an ear nose and throat speciallist You can try the cellcurebooster if you think you have herpes and the cellcurebooster works on many ilnesses A cure available that works Without you visiting the doctor http://www.cellcurebooster.com/Home.htm Please take a break...


 
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