A person can have a bitter taste
in the mouth
due to a food or beverage and the unpleasant feeling passes quickly. However, a persistent abnormal taste in the mouth that has no connection with food that has just been ingested is called dysgeusia. A bitter taste can come from smoking
, or a disease
that interferes with the system of taste perception. It can also come from vomiting or acid reflux, certain medications, or hormonal disorders, mainly at the time of pregnancy
. The bitter taste can also be associated with poor oral hygiene
Published by Jeff
Latest update on December 11, 2013 at 03:49 AM by Jeff.