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Question: Bitter taste of mouth what to do

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Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. It is usually caused by changes in your hormone levels during pregnancy. Pregnancy hormones, in particular estrogen, seem to play a role in controlling and moderating our sense of taste. It usually goes away as the pregnancy progresses. Take care.
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Answer: Hi friend. I understand your concern. It is usually caused by changes in your hormone levels during pregnancy. I too faced this. It usually goes away as the pregnancy progresses. Take care.
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Answer: Here are five simple ways to get rid of that awful taste in your mouth and regain control of your taste buds: 1. EAT OR DRINK CITRUS FRUIT OR JUICE More often than not, the metallic taste goes away if you consume acids, like citrus. 2. USE A SALTWATER RINSE A teaspoon of salt in eight ounces of water creates a saltwater solution for you to swoosh around your mouth, neutralizing pH levels and getting rid of that awful taste. 3. CHANGE YOUR PRENATAL VITAMIN Not all prenatal vitamins are created equal, and some lead to metal mouth more than others. Talk to your doctor about switching if you just can’t tolerate the taste in your mouth. 4. EAT PICKLES Pickles, like citrus, also have a high acidity because of the vinegar they’re marinated in. I wonder if metal mouth is where the craving for pickles so often comes from? Hmmmm. 5. BRUSH YOUR TONGUE Brushing your tongue when you’re brushing your teeth could also neutralize the pH levels in your mouth, leaving you without the icky metallic flavor.
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