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Metallic taste: May be from your prenatal vitamins. Also check with your own dentist as hormonal changes during pregnancy make it easier for your gums to over-respond to plaque and food debris and you want to have a healthy mouth, and no dental problems during your pregnancy. As soon as possible after you deliver get another dental checkup including x-rays. Congratulations and good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5 days with bitter metallic taste in mouth and around lips how to cure it? Had a normal HSG done 2 weeks ago not currently on any medicine
Metallic taste: This is often very difficult to find the cause. If this does not disappear over time, a thorough dental, medical and neurologic exam is often necessary, yet may not determine the cause. Check first with your dentist to rule out any dental problems. Then check with your medical doctor. Drugs, diet, head, neck, oral and systemic infections, smoking, neurologic changes are all possibilities. ...Read more
On orsythia for 5 months. Off for three weeks now. Pregnancy symptoms..Cramping, metallic taste in mouth, etc. Could this just be from coming off pill?
Is there any way to prevent or improve metallic taste in mouth when using travatan z. Just starting using and noticed it immediately after use.
Every now n then tonsil stones gets stuck to d left side of my throat.I hate the metallic taste n it is hard to get out.How cn I get rid of this 4gud?
See ENT: Tonsil stone is very common condition. Many small tonsil stones do not cause any noticeable symptoms. The larger stones can have a major symptoms like a bad breath, sore throat and earache. No symptoms no special treatment is required. If concerned see ENT for evaluation and treatment if needed. Hope it helps. ...Read more
Side effect? : It's hard to get rid of a metallic taste in your mouth-instead try to determine why it's there. Antibiotics, antifungals, thyroid meds, high blood pressure meds and lithium are known for creating metallic taste in mouth. Contact your pharmacist or doctor. If you are being treated for periodontal disease as using Peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate) try drinking orange juice. If it continues see you doctor to rule out illness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer