This is about me, not my kids.
For a long time now I throw up whenever I brush my teeth. Not just a little gagging and spitting, but full on vomiting. This has been happening for years. The dentist I saw said that sometimes that just happens. But I just don't know what to do. I dread brushing my teeth because I throw up. My mouth never feels clean because after I throw up if I try and brush it away I just throw up again. My teeth are suffering so badly because of the stomach acid that I can basically only rinse away. I'm at my wits end. I don't know what to do. I've never met anyone else with this problem. Is there anyone here that can relate? Advice?
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