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    question about breath?
    Anon_64169 posted:
    Hi guys!

    Don't think this is a health emergency that requires a doctor's visit. Just a curiosity.

    Roughly two months ago, I noticed changes in my breath.

    For a while it was chilled (like after eating York peppermint chocolates.), and from what I've found looking around that might have to do with acid reflux, (makes sense, since I haven't had a York chocolate in years, and I've been diagnosed with acid reflux.)

    Now, as of recently, it's like my breath feels thick. Kind of like there's more moisture to it.
    I've been drinking more water than I normally do, as I'm wanting to lose/keep weight off. Might this be the cause of it?
    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hiya and welcome,

    You should ask your doctor, no guessing here on that.
    You might want to ask your question on our Ear, Nose and Throat Community as well, but ultimately you need to see the doctor to be sure.
    Good Luck and Good health,
    WebMD Community Staff

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