Cough with metallic taste in mouth, allergy symptoms. Throat irritation?
I have had a cough for about a day now along with other allergy symptoms. I regularly take a generic form of zyrtec to fight the allergy symptoms. I noticed last night, that when I coughed, I tasted a metallic taste in my mouth, almost like blood. I don t know if it is just throat irritation or...
Should i be worried of the recurring cough with a metallic taste?
I have a cough that comes and goes, but is persistent when present. It s been exactly two weeks since I first had a URI and spent three days at home. The only symptom left is the cough with a very heavy metallic taste. Should I be concerned or is this simply lingering on from the cold?
What is the cause of a salty/ metallic taste in the mouth and throat accompanied by uncontrolable shaking of legs followed by nausea and headache?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Nausea and headache are non-specific symptoms and can be present in gastric upset, infections etc.
Metallic/ salty taste can occur due to intake of medicines etc. problems of the gastro-intestinal tract can also lead to altered taste in mouth.
There are some medicines which will cause altered taste like anti-microbials etc.
You can consult a gastroenterologist.
metallic taste in mouth blood test normal really sore heads sore kidneys any ideas my gp is stumped
metallic taste amongst other causes is commonly caused by gastritis, iron supplementation, metronidazole intake. make sure these r avoided if u r on them. diseases that affect the mouth and nose, smoking, a cold, the flu virus are other causes
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