Some patients and their spouses have noticed changes in the smell of the patient’s breath with onset of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. The change in breath odor was noticeable since the patients had not previously had problems with their breath. Halitosis or bad breath is well known to be exacerbated by bacterial growth in the mouth and because of other internal changes. It may be that MED secondary to Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome may impair the body’s ability to retard the growth of bacteria or development of plaque in the mouth or to prevent other internal changes that can result in breath problems. There have been some patients who have even noticed significantly increased tooth decay with the noticeable change occurring with the onset of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome symptoms.