Why Do I Have a Bitter Taste in My Mouth?

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The bitter taste in your mouth may be due to several conditions. These conditions include dehydration, gum and teeth diseases, medications and yeast infection. The bitter taste might also be due to some low-carb foods that result in ketone formation.
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