Ammonia Taste in Mouth?

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Chronic kidney disease can often cause a person to have an ammonia or metallic taste in their mouth. This happens when the buildup of wastes called uremia travel in the bloodstream.
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Some causes that may cause a salty taste in ones mouth include: being dehydrated, postnasal drainage, tears, migraines and tumors could possibly cause this as well.
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Just curious how you came about that taste in your mouth? Ammonia can be lethal if swallowed. If you have ingested it, ring 911. If it is just the taste (perhaps from off shellfish)
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Ammonia has no taste but a very strong odor, suffocating and dangerous (can be letal)
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_taste_is_ammonia
A metallic taste is a known symptom of teeth and gum problems. Gingivitis (gum disease) the breakdown of dental work and poor oral hygiene can present this symptom. Lead or mercury
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5510306_metallic-taste-m...
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