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Salty taste in mouth with mucus. History of breast cancer, bilateral mastectomy ,massive pulmonary embolism,elevated LDL, elevated c-relactive protein. Reasons ?

Hi! I m having a very salty taste in my mouth. I m not on any medication and I can t control the large amount of mucus that I m experiencing . I ve been very tired . In2010 have breast cancer ,bilateral mastectomy ,massive pulmonary embolism , DVT , hematomas, seroms, osteoporosis ,elevated LDL,(pattern b small cell) elevated c-relactive protein,and my bun,ast,alt have just come down,. It has just been one year since my last surgery. ( I had nine) I was in good health before all this! The salty taste is so bad tonight along with the mucus that I can t lay down and sleep! Thank you so much for your kindness and time! AAAAA. YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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The most common reasons behind the salty test in the mouth with the mucus, is, the mucus must contains the pus with blood, second is the dental infection (purulent discharge). you better get done your sputum examination first and another is have opinion from dentist, as such you have multiple pathologies so other differential diagnosis should never be neglected and for that you will have to discus it with your physician, Have nice day
Answered: Sat, 7 Sep 2013
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