How a bad taste in your mouth may be more serious

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There’s a medical term for it: But it turns out there is an actual medical term used to describe.

It might be a sign of infection: From a cold to an ear infection, and strep throat, both viral.

It may be a sign that your hormones are changing: Our mouths can give us feedback about our hormone levels. 

It can be acid reflux: That bad taste in your mouth can be stomach acid.

It might be a dental hygiene issue: It might be worth reevaluating your dental routine.

You might have xerostomia, aka dry mouth: Your mouth can get dry due to a number of factors.

It might be your liver: A bad taste in your mouth can actually be caused by hepatitis B.

Menopause: If this is your case, there are things you can do to stimulate saliva production.

Pregnancy: Hormone fluctuations experienced during pregnancy can also affect taste.

It’s pretty common: We’ve all, at some point in our lives, had a strange or bad taste in our mouths.

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