I agree that you need to rinse or brush your teeth after using the inhaler. My sons doc told him that he could get a yeast overgrowth in his mouth if he didn't do that with his Asmanex. If the whiteness doesn't go away with brushing, be sure to see your doc. Also on the same note, you should see your doc about that pain as well. This doesn't sound normal unless maybe you pulled a chest muscle from trying to draw in oxygen.
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