Can plaquenil cause metallic taste

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    Can plaquenil cause metallic taste


    Hundreds of drugs have been reported to induce unpleasant tastes and/or odors as well as altered chemosensations when administered alone or in combination with other medications. Some chemosensory complaints are due to the sensory properties of the drug itself such as aversive bitter and metallic tastes.

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    Metallic taste muscle cramps in the hands, arms, feet, legs, or face muscle spasms or twitching muscle weakness nausea or vomiting nervousness noisy, rattling breathing numbness and tingling around the mouth, fingertips, hands, or feet painful blisters on the trunk of the body A metallic taste also may be caused by a substance present in the mouth. Medications that are chewed, rather than swallowed, may cause a temporary metallic taste at the back of the tongue. Other medications, such as Flagyl, tetracycline, penicillamine, Biaxin, ethambutol, biguanides, or allopurinol, can cause a metallic taste because they get into the mouth through salivary secretions or directly from the blood. There are a number of drugs that can causetaste perversion” aka “taste disturbance.” I have taken meds that caused this, one of them salty taste in everything! Regular water tasted like saline. The other one made everything taste metallic. Yuck. Both sucked. You can try calling your doctor’s nurse and asking about it.

    Studies of chemosensory perception in medicated older individuals have found that taste and smell loss is greatest for those consuming the largest number of prescription drugs. However, most chemosensory side effects of drugs are due to alterations in the transduction pathways, biochemical targets, enzymes, and transporters by the offending medications.

    Can plaquenil cause metallic taste

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  3. Do you notice a “funny” metallic, bitter or sour taste in your mouth while on a particular medicine? That’s because you’re actually tasting the drug itself as it contacts your taste buds! Chemotherapy agents can also affect taste by destroying your taste and smell receptor cells.

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    Apr 13, 2006 A metallic taste also may be caused by a substance present in the mouth. Medications that are chewed, rather than swallowed, may cause a temporary metallic taste at the back of the tongue. Other medications, such as Flagyl, tetracycline, penicillamine, Biaxin, ethambutol, biguanides, or allopurinol, can cause a metallic taste because they get into the mouth through salivary secretions or directly from the blood. I have almost no sense of taste now, I can taste sweet and salty, and anything with pepper, even black pepper, just burns my mouth so much. I brush my teeth all the time, and rinse with non alcohol mouthwash but I have a terrible taste in my mouth, sometimes it is almost metallic tasting. Some chemosensory complaints are due to the sensory properties of the drug itself such as aversive bitter and metallic tastes. However, most chemosensory side effects of drugs are due to alterations in the transduction pathways, biochemical targets, enzymes, and transporters by the offending medications.

     
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