What Would Give You a Metallic Taste in Your Mouth?

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A metallic taste in your mouth can be as a result of any disease, disorder or condition that hinders the taste process, including the common cold, aging, smoking, and neurological disorders. In some cases, the metallic taste will disappear on its own. However, there are some causes, like chemical poisoning, and neurological or autoimmune disorders, that can be more serious.
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Impaired Taste
Impaired taste means that your sense of taste is not functioning properly. Impaired taste can refer to the absence of taste or an altered sense, such as a metallic taste in the mouth. Most people experience impaired taste on a temporary and partial basis. It’s very rare to lose your sense of taste completely. Causes of impaired taste range from the. . . More »
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