Weird metallic/bitter taste in my mouth..?

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For some reason I have this weird tingly feeling at the back of my tongue and my mouth tastes sour.. Or bitter? I'm not even sure. And stupid enough of me, I looked it up and got a list of horrible diseases so obviously my anxiety is all like "Hey there, it's time to flip out."

I'm a smoker so maybe it's just aftertaste or something but I can't help but feel nervous constantly about everything happening in my body. I've been convinced that there's something wrong with my downstairs for like 3 months even though I've treated for a yeast infection, I saw a doctor, and nothing's wrong!

I wish anxiety was on logic's side, SIGH.

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    This is normal I'm also a smoker, you can try taken gaviscon to stop the taste as its from the stomach, silent reflux. Are you on any meds for anxiety?
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    Reflux can  do that so can a gallbladder attack which can just clear up on its own.sometimes just eat something greasy or too fatty and that can happen. Some medications can definetly cause that i had that once trying a beta blocker.  Drink lots and lots of water and try a pepcid ac to see if stops.pinterest has a bunch of healthy advice on this topic that basically tonic you make to flush your system clean and fixes it. the anxiety part is a bit different and unfortunately a battle we are all trying to figure out.
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    I have a salty taste some days wen I have too much meat
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    can you describe the taste a little more, as I have the same, I was smoking a lot and now only have 2 in the evnining but still get it through the day x
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