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Old 10-11-2003, 10:31 AM   #1
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I have alot of trouble breathing threw my nose. Actualy I cant breath threw it at all. What are some dental reasons why I cant breath properly?

 
Old 10-11-2003, 06:06 PM   #2
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I don't know of any dental reasons that would cause this. Your adnoids can cause this. You should make a visit to see a ear nose and throat dr. if you havn't already.

That would drive me nuts not being able to breathe threw my nose. I can't take it when i have a cold.

Best wishes and I hope you can find out the cause of this.

 
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Old 10-11-2003, 06:53 PM   #3
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tonsils and adenoids have been removed

 
Old 10-11-2003, 07:49 PM   #4
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There could be a number of reasons that a doctor hopefully could find for you. For me, I found that if I was allergic to something, the nasal membranes would close shut.

For example, one time many years ago when I had serious medical problems (before I had my mercury fillings removed), I took bee pollen. First, this bee pollen would not let me sleep properly the second time I took it. Afterwards, I persisted in taking this bee pollen, because I knew it somehow benefited me. There were too many reasons for me to continue with this nutrient. Well, I did continue as I did with my herbs...and with this bee pollen for about six months my nasal membranes slammed shut.

It was such a relief when the nasal membranes opened up. I was so stubborn in those days, to try and find a cause for all of my medical troubles. About 10 years ago, I linked this to my mercury fillings when my tooth broke. I haven't taken bee pollen in about 10 years on a regular basis (the same time - I think it's been that long), but I do remember the reaction that I got with this bee pollen.

So for you, it could be a reaction of some sort from an allergen. Again, your doctor, hopefully will be your best hope in finding the cause and solution for you.

 
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