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    Bad Taste in Mouth
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    Sugar_Free posted:
    Sometimes I get this bad, bitter taste in my mouth. Towards the back of my tongue. My blood sugar is fine. Do you think it is related to my Diabetes?
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    dgarner11 responded:
    hmmm hard to say. I get that sometimes too, but usually when I'm all pasty and dry mouthed from a high.

    could be something you're eating? or meds?
     
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    Sugar_Free replied to dgarner11's response:
    i thought it was something i ate. but i didn't eat anything unusual or out of the ordinary from what i usually ate. i don't take any other meds other than insulin.

    i get these bitter tastes every once and a while. oh well.


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