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I have a constant taste of garlic in my mouth. Is this indicative

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I have a constant taste of garlic in my mouth. Is this indicative of any kind of serious medical or dental problem? And what can I do to solve it?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. R. Bora replied 6 years ago.
Hello, welcome to just answer and thank you for your question.

You are having a condition known as dysguesia or having altered taste sensation.This is mostly due to diseases of the gums, teeth, sinuses, upper respiratory infections like pharyngitis or tonsillitis.

You should follow a strict oral hygiene like gargling with antiseptic mouth rinses containing chlorhexidine or triclosan.

If this does not help, you should see a dental surgeon if you do not have upper respiratory tract infections (as mentioned above).

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