Hello. I have been having a really bad taste in my mouth when I wake up in the morning. And for an hour or two it continues to form and I have to spit it out. I know it sounds gross but with my knowledge what a doctor might ask me is what color so I looked and the first time there was blood in it. I have been having this problem for a couple of days but it has been being just yellow. I do have COPD but I was diagnosed a couple of years ago. I also am diabetic, have sever sleep apnea, I wear oxygen at night and I have RLS and on top of all of that I am in severe depression because of multiple losses in my life. And the reason I mentioned all of that is to say I take alot of medicine and not sure if one of those might be the culprit. I do not have sinus drainage but since I learned of my COPD I continued to smoke. I finally came to a point where I couldn't breathe so I have been quit for maybe 4 or 5 months. Every morning my nasal passages have to be cleared in other words I have to blow my nose several times. Sometimes it will have blood in it but not consistently. If would love to have your thoughts on this matter. Sherrie
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