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Why am i getting lemon taste in mouth after having mangoes ?

Hi , I have been having the lemon taste in mouth from morning today and change in my voice from morning . I had couple of Mangoes for dinner yesterday and from morning i have this taste . Please advice why is this ? and whats the remedy for the same . Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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There could be increased saliva production due to many causes. It could be increased acidic reflux, stone in salivary gland. Avoid spicy food. Eat more bland, soft, cool food like yoghurt. Stop smoking and drinking alcohol. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Don't lie down immediately after eating food. Lie at an angle of 45 degrees after eating food and then lie down flat on bed 2 hours after food. Get a consult with ENT Surgeon and get a thorough checkup for proper management according to the cause.
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