excessive salty taste in mouth

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My mouth is sore since yesterday, worse today. Especially the tip of my tongue, my gums are very sensitive too, and I tasted saltiness. Not burned.

Sore mouth from?

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This would have to be personally seen by a dentist or physician in order to try to diagnose the problem. With the limited information you posted, it would be impossible to determine what the problem is. Sorry.
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For 3 weeks, nausea, bad taste and excessive saliva in mouth and headaches. Bowel movement 1 time a week. Small, pellet like movement. What is this?

Eat and drink

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You might no be eating enough fiber or enough food to move things along if there is something to move along. The bad taste etc could be from dehydration and not getting enough fluids. Not just water. Ry eating more and perhaps drinking something like Gatorade for the electrolytes. See if these suggestions improve things. Both also leads to nausea.
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Being treated for LPR, with omperzaloe, raised bed, etc., but now have nasty bitter taste, excessive saliva in mouth, nothing taste good, what's next?

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Hello. It still sounds like the LPR or GERD may be responsible for your symptoms. I guess the first question I would ask is how long on Omeprezole? Are you having breakthrough symptoms? Are you taking. The Opmeprezole once or twice daily? These are questions you can review with your ENT doctor. Also search and incorporate a low acid diet and be true to this diet. It has been shown to be curative.
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Whats the cause of bad taste in mouth with excess salivation? I'm not pregnant either.

Pregnant

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I think you are pregnant.
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Dr. Martin Raff answered:

Can liver cause salty taste in mouth?

Eating?

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Unclear what you are asking. If you have hepatitis or some other form of liver disease the subjective sensation of saltiness is so vague that would not attribute it to that. See a doctor
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Can gallstones cause salty taste in mouth?

Not aware

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of any association between gallstones & taste unless you are taking antibiotics that affect taste or have had repeated vomiting.
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Dr. David Sneid answered:

Is a salty taste in mouth connected to overactive thyroid?

No

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it's not one of the common symptoms.
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Dr. Traci Buxton answered:

what causes a salty taste in mouth? Could sinus drainage cause this?

Inflammation

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Dehydration or mucus drainage could cause a salty taste in your mouth. Losing your sense of taste or having chronic bad breath is abnormal and needs to be checked out.
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Dr. Sudhir Bansal answered:

Salty taste in mouth with tonsillitis and hypo tsh.863 and t 4 .8 is there a connection?

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Could be unrelated but you could also hAve a condition called subacute thyroiditis due to infllammed thyroid which is self limited and may cause under active thyroid for a short time
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Dr. Debi Williams answered:

I have a constant salty taste in mouth, and eatig ice, and chewing gum, make it worse. Why?

Saliva

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You could be dehydrated or be having post nasal drip with sinus infection. Your saliva glands could be infected. You could also have a vitamin deficiency, endocrine problem or neurological (brain) issue. People with epilepsy or migraines report salty taste often. Increase your water intake for two days-if still present see your doctor.
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