Why Do I Have a Strange Taste in My Mouth?

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Strange taste in the mouth may be as a result of pregnancy, smell, medication, dental hygiene and cancer. Chemotherapy can also leave you with a weird taste. It doesn't necessarily have to be a medical condition, it can also be what you ate; pine nuts leave a long lasting bitter taste in the mouth.
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