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Why Does Everything I Eat Taste like Metal?

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The metallic taste in your mouth could be caused by a number of problems such as medicine and pregnancy (in women). Medications are basically a leading cause of a metallic taste and some common drugs include antibiotics, diabetes medicine or heartburn medicine. Abnormally elevated levels of metals in the body, such as copper and iron, are also linked with a constant metallic taste.
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