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Bitter taste in mouth - symptom and so soon?

(7 Posts)
Incognitoforawhile Fri 03-Jul-09 18:16:43

Ok, so DH and I decided kinda on the spur of the moment to TTC for no.2. Started a few days ago. The day after I started I got a bitter taste in my mouth and it hasn't gone. It's worse when I am eating, all food tastes weird. Could this be a pregnancy symptom and how quickly can symptoms start?

Some websites suggest that it could be the pregnancy vitamins and to be fair I have only just started taking them, but I don't remember that from last time.

ThePhantomPlopper Fri 03-Jul-09 18:23:17

You may well be pregnant, but the mind is a powerful thing, I used to imagine many symptoms only to be disappointed when I came on.

Hope this is your month though.

Good luck.

Incognitoforawhile Fri 03-Jul-09 18:44:55

You are right about imagining things but I am definitely not imagining the taste (yuk) and I wouldn't expect to feel anything yet.

I must try not to get my hopes up though.

3littlefrogs Fri 03-Jul-09 18:49:29

Have you been eating pine nuts?

dizzymac Fri 03-Jul-09 18:50:26

Have you had any pine nuts?
I posted on here about a bitter taste last week. apparently pine nuts do cause a nasty bitter taste which is worse after eating. ( this is what I had).
People said it may take 2 weeks to clear but it actually only took a couple of days.

Incognitoforawhile Fri 03-Jul-09 18:56:14

I also read that, and actually yes, I have eaten pine nuts, but have never had the taste before.

Hmmm, it's probably the most likely explanation though. Will stop getting hopes us.

Thanks all

3littlefrogs Fri 03-Jul-09 19:05:09

The chinese produced pine nuts are the cheaper ones and they can leave a bitter taste for up to two weeks.

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