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Yellow mucus after blowing nose in morning, bad breath, sour taste.

Hello My name is AAAAAAA and I have a question regarding the eustachian tubes that cause bad breath . I do nasal flushing every morning and at night and in the mornings i noticed a yellowish mucus that came out at the end of blowing my nose . it only hapens in the morning but im pretty sure thats whats causing this sour taste and bad breath. can u pls tell me how i can get rid of this problem?
Asked On : Tue, 20 Mar 2012
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THere is a typical description of post nasal discharge, which means the mucus is trickling from your nasal cavity to the pharynx and oral cavity. THis causes soar taste and more mucus observed in the morning.

Check with an ENT specialist what are the specific reasons for Post nasal discharge in your case. There are numerous and this forum is not suitable.

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