Can a ulcer and acid reflux cause a metallic taste in mouth?

Possibly. if you have both of these problems, you should be seeking treatment as the combination could have dire consequences.

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Could the metallic taste in my mouth and burning feeling in my throat be caused by acid reflux?

Perhaps. Could also be caused from other medications. Galvanic reactions from dental restorations. Best to see an internist and dentist (if new dental work performed). Read more...
ABSOLUTELY. The mouth and throat have a standard ph of 7.2 to 7.4 (slightly alkaline). The highly acidic stomach contents regurgitated into the mouth and throat can cause a gastric acid burns and dissolve your teeth. Patients with gerd (reflux) and normal salivary function will have a reflex "water brash", that is, a flood of saliva to neutralize the acid. This is described by many to be a "metallic" taste. Read more...

I have a constant metallic taste in my mouth and feel sick. I also find that I am belching a lot. I don't have any heartburn or acid reflux symptoms?

Need an MD. You may have something intestinally. There are certain medications that may cause metallic tasting to linger for many months. See a gastro-enterologist as soon as you can for in depth evalaution. Read more...
See MD. You do have symptoms of gerd , acid reflex. This can be harmful to mouth but worse your esophagus. Barrett's disorder. Other intestinal problems may be causing you to feel sick. Your physician should examine you, diagnose the problem then treat or refer to specialist. Read more...

Left sided colitis with ulcers and lesions in throat under tongue also acid reflux with indigestion. What could be the cause?

Crohn's disease? I'm sure you are under care a Gasteroenterologist and a biopsy has been taken from the Colon, this could possibly be Crohn's dx which is an Inflammatory and Autoimmune disease but for confirmation you need to talk to your doctor. Read more...

Left sided colitis, ulcers under tongue and bad acid reflux/indigestion... What could be causing the ulcers and the indigestion/ acid reflux?

Ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative colitis is an autoimmune disease in which your immune system attacks your digestive system, from mouth to anus. Here is a great reference for you: http://www.ccfa.org/what-are-crohns-and-colitis/what-is-ulcerative-colitis/ People with ulcerative colitis require close monitoring and treatment by a team of physicians. Read more...

I have Ulcerative Colitis. I have ulcers and lesions in throat and under tongue since dec 13, acid reflux and indigestion. What could be causing it?

Mouth and throat? Ulcerative colitis by definition is limited to the colon only so there must be another disease or illness affecting your mouth and throat that needs to be evaluated. Ulcerative colitis carries a higher risk of other medical problems. In contrast, Crohn's disease can affect the entire gastronintestinal tract. Talk to your doctor next week and get checked out. Go to ER if severe this weekend. Read more...
Ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative colitis is an autoimmune disease in which your immune system attacks your digestive system, from mouth to anus. Here is a great reference for you: http://www.ccfa.org/what-are-crohns-and-colitis/what-is-ulcerative-colitis/ People with ulcerative colitis require close monitoring and treatment by a team of physicians. Do you have yours? Read more...

How long does metallic taste in mouth associated with gastroesophageal reflux last?

A few factors. There are a few factors to consider. Acid taste is often associated with infection in the mouth so you need to see a dentist to make sure there are no oral infections. As long as you keep getting the acid reflux you are likely to experience the taste. If you are taking medications then sometimes this will give a metalic taste. Read more...

Past 5 months, bitter/metallic taste, nausea, chilitis, sore on tongue. All comes & goes frequently. No new meds. Saw GP x2, DMD x1, Derm x1. Not reflux.

Deficiency? It is possible that you could be deficient in Iron or Vitamin B, especially considering your medications and previous surgery. Consider discussing this possibility with your doctor and they can discuss a further evaluation and treatment plan with you. Best wishes. Read more...
Diet? burning mouth? balanced diet? try zinc tablets perhaps?? with cheilitis and past stomach resection vitamin B12 deficiency could be a possibility. Burning mouth syndrome might be on the differential diagnosis of what you COULD have.... remind your PMD of your history of stomach surgery, see if they think further testing is needed or referral to an otolaryngologist (ENT) or other specialist. Read more...