Does having a metallic taste in your mouth mean you are pregnant?
Many pregnant women have a metallic taste in the mouth but it is not diagnostic of pregnancy.
Some pregnant woman do experience a metallic taste in their mouth. It is normal, also sometimes your taste buds change. Read More
A metallic taste in your mouth will very likely come and go. The metallic taste most likely comes from blood in the mouth and will heal quickly. Read More
I had a head injury, which caused bleeding in the ears. Went to Ear/Nose doctor and was notified that having a metallic taste in my mouth is normal with a head injury. Read More
It doesn't mean that you are pregnant, but metallic taste in my mouth was my first indicator that I was pregnant. I didn't realize I was pregnant for a few weeks, but then I read in a book that it is a common thing many pregnant women experience. Mine went away after about 2 weeks. Read More
It's possible that I'm pregnant. I haven't had many other symptoms except the past couple weeks off and on I get the taste of metal in my mouth. My friend told me it was a symptom but I've never heard that. I am pregnant and I have noticed a weird taste in my mouth. I get the metallic taste in my mouth right before my period, so maybe it is hormonal. Yes! If you do… Read More
This could be due to tooth decay. if there is a metallic taste do you have bleeding gums? Read More
Why do I have a metallic taste in my mouth I'm not pregnant I don't have metal fillings the only med that I'm taking is birth control pills and I just saw the dentist and he found nothing wrong?
Certain oral contraceptives/birth control pills can cause a bitter metallic taste in the mouth. Read More
The taste of metal in your mouth may be caused by blood. If you have a nose bleed, the blood could be transferred to your mouth. Maybe you've recently had hair clips or keys in your mouth? Or if you are a lady, a metallic taste may be caused by pregnancy. If it tastes like there is a massive spoon stuck to your tounge, and you have recently had (a word beginning with S), there… Read More
What is the medical term meaning metallic taste in the mouth especially after being bitten by a mamba?
Dysgeusia is a general term indicating a bad taste in the mouth. Some medications, like metronidazole, can also cause a metallic taste in the mouth. Read More
You are most likely not drinking enough water. This can cause the metallic taste in your mouth, the dizziness, and being tired; you may be dehydrated. Read More
You could be pregnant. You could be sick. You could be both pregnant and sick. Go see a doctor right away. Read More
What could dizziness metallic taste in mouth feeling hot feeling like you are going to pass out and a metallic taste in mouth mean?
From experience, you have some of the symptoms of a seizure. Seizures often leave the victim tasting a metallic taste in their mouth and they black out and become dizzy. I would see your doctor ASAP. Read More
I have not heard of a metallic taste in the mouth due to birth control pills. I do know however, that having a metallic taste in the mouth could a pregnancy symptom, and could even be due from taking certain antibiotics. If you have just begun birth control and have had unprotected intercourse, you may need to take a pregnancy test because birth control is not effective in the body until at least 1 month… Read More
Blood tastes metallic :L so it could be that :P Read More
no/yes/no/yes I am having the same problem after starting Alli. I'm going to call the company about it. Read More
Sometimes blood can taste metallic - it has got Iron after all. But if you have a condition doctors are the ones to ask. Read More
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Yes it can. Read More
A metallic taste in the mouth is a common complaint and can be due to a variety of causes - from medication you may be taking to dental problems. In the absence of other symptoms, it is unlikely that a metallic taste in your mouth indicates serious disease. But if you haven't had a thorough general checkup recently, I would suggest seeing your doctor to rule out any undiagnosed health problems. Read More
that or a heart attack... Read More
A doctor will need to diagnose headaches, nosebleeds, and a metallic taste in your mouth. A doctor is the only person who knows your health background. Read More
Iron does have a taste that most people do not like. Iron rich water has a metallic taste. Iron rich water might also have a smell similar to sulfur. In some cases it might also leave an after taste in the mouth that is metallic. Read More
Usually means some sort of infection. Read More
You had your gallbladder removed and after the operation you have experienced a metallic taste in your mouth and a burning sensation in your body what could it be?
A lot of the I.V. fluids that they give you during the procedure will leave a metallic taste in your mouth this should go away in a couple of days or you should consult your doctor. Read More
A taste of blood in the mouth has often been described as metallic. There are several reasons why your mouth might taste like blood, such as certain medications, poor dental hygiene, excessive iron in the body, peptic ulcer and kidney disease. Read More
you're probably tasting blood, might be bleeding gums? Read More
Abscessed/Infected tooth. Read More
yes it does, for up to two weeks after your done taking it Read More
It's usually not serious, but it can be a sign of intestinal or neurological problems. Read More
Predicting a lightning strike can be your hair standing up or a metallic taste in your mouth. Read More
Metallic taste is actually listed as a side effect of tums but is not supposed to be common. I get it all the time too Read More
Trichomoniasis does not infect the mouth, and does not cause bad breath. However, the medication causes a funny metallic taste in your mouth. Read More
Yes, having a metallic taste with the cravings of eating something tangy could be the sign of pregnancy. It could also be because of some stomach problem too. It's my 7th week in and I'm feeling the same these days. Actually I feel very sleepy too so I thought may be because of taking all these naps mouth tastes this way! I'd suggest you take a preg test right away and go see your doctor… Read More
no taste at all. for example, iron has a metallic taste that comes from ionization reaction in your mouth. so the metallic taste of iron actually comes from the rust than the metal. but gold is extremely unreactive metal and would not give you any perceivable flavor Read More
I cannot find any verification but I had the ventilation in my car on full blast for 1 hour while driving and developed a bad headache and mild fever all night, next day had a strong metallic taste in mouth. Hope a scientist will answer this. Read More
This is like trying to explain color to a person who has never seen. Most of us have had the experience of putting various metals in our mouths, and getting a sense of what the taste is. Some conditions or situations give people the distinct experience that there is that kind of metallic taste in the mouth. Read More
What chemical agent can cause a metallic taste in the mouth epigastric distress and possible nausea and vomiting when ingested?
cyanide Read More
Sometimes medications will give you a taste in your mouth that is similar to pennies (metallic). Poor oral hygiene, scombrotoxic fish poisoning, and selenium overuse can cause this taste too. Read More
I am having same symptoms since last 5 weeks. I quit smoking 70 days back and had been smoking a pack for 18 years now. I guess lungs are coming back to life, this metallic taste has to do someting with the lungs. Sometimes it feels as if it is taste of blood, sometimes of rust and metallic. I wish everything is fine. Just one thing smoking screws you up, i hope i can turn… Read More
In a way, some women get an odd taste in their mouth in early pregnancy. I myself had a strong metallic taste constantly when I was 4 weeks. Read More
Just like many other problems the metallic taste could be due to many problems. Some are due to the medication you could be taking. Another reason could be due to dental problems. If you don't drink enough water it could affect your taste. Read More
it is very poisonous when you inhale or ingest it. it causes a lung infection, bad breath, and metallic taste in your mouth. Read More
yes, these things can be related. there are some other reasons for metallic taste at another wikianswers page. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_causes_metal_taste_in_mouth Read More
A metallic taste in the mouth is a fairly common problem - and usually not serious. Although you don't have actual taste buds that detect metals, the perception of the taste is described as "metallic." A metallic taste can be due to many factors. But the most common causes of a metallic taste are: Medications such as some antibiotics, prenatal vitamins and antidepressants, as well as drugs used to treat high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis… Read More
Part of its amazing taste is the thrill of having it in your mouth. You may also have it flavored with something you like the the taste of. Read More