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 an internet search for "pregnancy symptoms" you will find that having a metal taste in mouth is among the top symptoms.
When I have pregnant of my first baby, the first thing I notice was that metal taste in my mouth which I nerver had before. Now, we are trying for a second child (we should know for sure this week-end), I got the same metal taste in my mouth for the past 3 days.
No...I got a metallic taste in my mouth and have had it for the past 4 days. Ive been on the pill for years and was freaking out that I was pregnant, I felt like I had other symptoms too. I took 4 urine tests and a blood test and all of them were negative. Turns out I was dehydrated.
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.
its not a symptom of diabetes
Many pregnant women have a metallic taste in the mouth but it is not diagnostic of pregnancy.
Symptoms normally occur at 2 weeks at the earliest, but since this is a very common symptom, you could be pregnant. Is there any way that you could have gotten pregnant before then?
It means there may be a coin type taste in your mouth, that kinda tastes like metal.
Some pregnant woman do experience a metallic taste in their mouth. It is normal, also sometimes your taste buds change.
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 is a good chance you're pregnant.
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, yet waiting 2 months will be safer.
A taste of tin in your mouth can be caused by heavy metal toxicity. It can also be caused by a lack of minerals in your diet.
It means that you might be pregnant - take a test
A metallic taste in the mouth is called dysgeusia. It is an early sign of pregnancy. It can even occur before you have a positive pregnancy test. The cause of the taste is thought to be hormonal, particularly the increased estrogen associated with pregnancy. You can try mints and/or brushing your tongue when you brush your teeth. Fortunately, this problem usually improves greatly or ends entirely after the first trimester.
yes do a pregnancy test and see the doctor...good luck
Yes it can be signs of pregnancy but please see your doctor to be certain.
Sour metal taste in your mouth and lots of heartburn.
Most possibly yes, it is recommended to do a pregnancy test
Fever or a medical nerological illness called Timoyetonocidis.
you could be, especially considering how late you are. I would get a pregnancy test just to be sure, and maybe stop smoking until you are certain that your not.
It would depend on the type of cramping you are experiencing. It is comomon for women to experience some light cramping. I experienced light cramping during my first pregnancy about the time my period would normally occur. Headaches can sometimes occur during pregnancy, but many people experience that as a premenstral symptom as well. When I am pregnant, I do in fact taste the "metal" when I am feeling nauseated. These symptoms COULD be signs or pregnancy, but they are also commonly associated with PMS. So, the answer is Yes as well as No. I would, of course, take caution in case you may be. You won't know positively until you pee on that stick and it says either positive or negative for sure.
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