A few years ago, I was diagnosed with a very common but preventable bacterial infection.
I went to a doctor and he prescribed a few different mouthwash options.
I chose to try an antibiotic mouthwash for the first time, and my body and my dentist recommended a different one.
The mouthwash didn’t work.
The problem is, even though the antibiotics were very effective, I still experienced a few small bumps and cramps.
I also noticed that I had a slight increase in the amount of time I spent feeling bloated and tired.
It was a bit weird, because I was feeling fine and I had no other problems.
But one day, after a few weeks of taking my antibiotics, I got a stomachache that felt like it would explode if I didn’t stop taking them.
The pain went away, and I got my first infection.
I thought it would be an easy infection to treat with a simple treatment, but I was wrong.
My next infection was caused by a different bacteria, and the pain was gone again.
But I was still sick and needed antibiotics, so I was reluctant to give up the antibiotic option.
What did I do?
I went to the dentist.
After talking to my dentist for a few minutes, he recommended a new mouthwash that contained a combination of antimicrobial ingredients.
It worked perfectly for me.
But it also left me wondering why I was taking it.
Why was I still taking the mouthwash?
I decided to ask my dentist, who is a specialist in mouthwashes and preventive dentistry.
I wanted to know if there were any other mouthwash alternatives out there that were less effective than the one I was using.
He told me that there were a few mouthwash brands that contained antibiotics, but that they were not all effective.
So I was left with two choices: stop using my antibiotics or go back to the antibiotics I had before I started using the new mouthwashing product.
And I decided to do that.
When I tried it, I could tell it worked better than the antibiotics.
But it wasn’t long before I decided it wasn