my room mate and I drank some milk that had a hole in the milk container, yes, dumb we now know...but she thought she put the whole in it when she opened it, but now we both have a weird taste and feeling on our tongues and are wondering why?
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If you have a cough, it's likely bronchitis.
Possible reasons for this include medication reactions or side effects, the use of antibiotics or poisoning.
a bad taste in my mouth and different colors and film on my tounge
Anxiety or irritation is the cause of tasteless mouth
One is GERD or acid reflux disease.
Trichomoniasis does not infect the mouth, and does not cause bad breath. However, the medication causes a funny metallic taste in your mouth.
dick sucking? I can't believe you answered my ? with this garbage.
What causes peppery mouth
it is very poisonous when you inhale or ingest it. it causes a lung infection, bad breath, and metallic taste in your mouth.
No. Postnasal drip leaves a great taste in your mouth.
Think of having a bad taste in your mouth. The image is of something that is unpleasant. Something that "leaves a bad taste" would be something that makes you feel bad even after it is over. You hear this said often of someone doing something that goes against their conscience. "It left a bad taste in my mouth when I told that lie."
Lately I have been eating foods that taste as if they are moldy and they are not.
A bad taste in the mouth can be due to a variety of causes, from medication to dental problems. There are ways to get rid of a bad taste in your mouth. First, make sure to brush your teeth and tongue thoroughly, as well as floss to remove any particles stuck between teeth. Increasing your vitamin C intake could help, as could rinsing with a mixture of salt and warm water. A dry mouth can cause a bad taste, drink plenty of water. If the bad taste continues, you may want to see your doctor or dentist.
if you have no saliva in your mouth you can not taste anything
Because it's brown, or bad.