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Doctor insights on: Dysgeusia In First Months Of Pregnancy

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Dr. Thomas Fiala
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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What can cause dysgeusia?

Dysgeusia: Distortion of the sense of taste can be due to chemotherapy, asthma medication albuterol, zinc deficiency, antihistamines, lithium, tetracyclines, diabetes, lead poisioning, pesticides, & menopause. ...Read more

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Can you have dysgeusia during pms?

Dysgeusia: Most cases of distorted sense of taste are without obvious cause, but some factors might include gastric reflux, diabetes, zinc deficiency, and in some menopausal women. Recommend workup by your pcp to explore any possible factors listed above. ...Read more

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Suspected Dysgeusia. Is it also why my sweat have been abnormally salty?

Dysgeusia: Taste disturbances are common among the elderly and can present in up to 11% of elderly persons taking multiple medications.Changes in physiology, systemic medical illnesses, infections, dental problems, and multiple medications have been shown to cause taste disturbances. Phantogeusia, illusion of taste, is a form of dysgeusia and frequentl. sweat has lots of NACL so it salty. ...Read more

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Please tell me what can cause dysgeusia (parageusia) in the mouth and with smells?

Please tell me what can cause dysgeusia (parageusia) in the mouth and with smells?

Dysgeusia: Taste sensation are from taste buds located on tongue while sense of smell is located at the olfactory epithelium in the upper part of nose! it is uncommon to suffer from both conditions. Please see an ENT doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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First week of pregnancy syptoms?

First week of pregnancy syptoms?

A regular period: Pregnancies are counted from the first day of the last menstrual period before conception. So, the first week of pregnancy is just a normal menstrual period. The second week of pregnancy is the normal week after a period, before ovulation. Ovulation usually starts at the beginning of the third week of pregnancy. Implantation is in the fourth week. Symptoms start during the fourth and fifth weeks. ...Read more

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What are very very first signs of pregnancy?

What are very very first signs of pregnancy?

Varies from person: For some the first sign is a missed period without other noticeable early changes at all. For others, you may have one or more of the following symptoms: nausea day or night, increased urinary frequency, breast tenderness, marked fatigue, mood changes, food dislikes or cravings, stronger smell sensations, constipation, bloating, mild cramping, low grade headache. Do a pregnancy test to confirm. ...Read more

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Please describe the very first signs of pregnancy?

Please describe the very first signs of pregnancy?

Pregnancy signs: There may be no symptoms at all. Others will experience non specific symptoms such as lightheadedness, nausea, breast fillness or tenderness. Obviously, a missed period is also experienced. ...Read more

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What happens during your first trimster of pregnancy.?

What happens during your first trimster of pregnancy.?

Follow this link : You will find all the answers including second, third trimester and postpartum in this site. http://www.babymed.com/pregnancy/pregnancy-week-1. ...Read more

Dr. Arthur Balin
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Abnormal Sense Of Taste (Definition)

Abnormal sense of taste is a symptom in which a person has unusual tastes in his mouth, has loss some ability to taste certain flavors, or notices that some familiar ...Read more


Dr. Ira Katz
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Diminished Taste (Definition)

Dysgeusia is an abnormal sense of taste, where a person misinterprets taste signals. This may be seen after ...Read more