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There are many reasons for a metallic taste in your mouth, which include dehydration/low fluid intake, certain medications, infections in your mouth and sinuses or allergies, certain kinds of foods or vitamins, and Gastroesophageal Reflux.
There are few tips which can help you in controlling this problem...They include;
1. Maintaining a very good oral hygiene, brushing twice daily, and floss your teeth ...
2. Gently scrapping your tongue...
3. Using mouth wash rinses...
4. Using Citric fruits and foods prepared in vinegar base, and ginger are also beneficial....
If despite all the above mentioned measures, the problem does not settle, and is causing you significant problem and is leading to reduced nutritional intake, you can visit your doctor for a detailed assessment.
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