Can stress cause a metallic taste in the mouth?

Answer Stress can cause a metallic taste in the mouth. This is a result of hormone level fluctuations, acidity of the stomach, or gastric problems, all of which can be aggravated by stress. Citrus fruits ... Read More »

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I have metallic taste in my mouth?

the metallic taste is probably blood because blood tastes like iron get to the doctors to have it checked out

How do you get the metallic taste out of your mouth?

It depends what is causing the metallic taste, it can be caused by some medications, cavities in your teeth, acid reflux or heartburn. Using blocks under the head of your bed to lift the bed to a 1... Read More »

TTC.... and metallic/bloddy taste in mouth?

Well my period was due on the 6th and I had a small pinkish discharge when I wiped on 4th Feb, I assumed period was arriving a couple of days early. But it didn't. I tested on Saturday morning [7th... Read More »

Could too much milk cause a metallic taste in your mouth?

Yes, as can some antibiotics, dental problems and not drinking enough water. Too much calcium, such as three to four times the recommended amounts, can result in increased thirst, a dry mouth and a... Read More »