Why Have I Got a Salty Taste in My Mouth?

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A salty taste in the mouth may be brought on by change in the amount of saliva in the mouth or the chemical composition. Changes in saliva or having a salty taste bud on your tongue could be caused by side effects of medication or dehydration that could be trigger by caffeinated drinks such as coffee ad a sinus infection that causes a post-nasal drip.
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