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metalic taste in mouth

I have a metalic taste in my mouth and a steady headache I have been told that this could be a vitiamin deficeny?

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Blood cells contain hemoglobin which carries oxygen. When blood breaks down, iron is released and causes a metallic taste in mouth. Bleeding can be from the gums, sinuses or nose.

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