Every few weeks this happen. It happened again yesterday. When I eat/drink something my breath turns sour. For example, yesterday I drank diet soda and my breath was sour. And then I drank soy milk and the same happened. After I brush my teeth and used mouthwash and chewed gum, my breath was still really sour.
Also I frequently have a white coating on my tongue. When I use a tongue scrapper, it never comes off all the way. I can never get rid of it 100%. Is it a medical condition I should be worried about?
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