I need some advice ladies. No matter what I eat or drink there is always an after taste on the back of my tongue. It makes me so sick, is there anything I can do for that? I've tried mints but its not working.
Im going through the same thing and I feel like a endless amount of saliva. I brush my tongue when it starts even if I throw up then I feel better for a few hours. Then do I again when it starts back up.
Same here. Especially the thick nasty on my tongue and the roof of my mouth when I wake up in the morning. And the yucky after taste. Even with my tooth paste. I've noticed this for about 2 weeks. I'm 28+6.
I had this too when I first found out I was pregnant : ( I had to change my toothpaste because I brushed my teeth every 5mins. I would eat a lot of peppermints & drink lemonade bc sodas or water would make me gag, very weird.
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