Dysgeusia

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Dysgeusia is an altered sense of taste, which may involve a persistent unpleasant taste, ageusia is a total loss of sense of taste, and hypogeusia is a reduced ability to taste sweet, sour, bitter, salty or umami (delicious/savoury) tastes.[1][2]

A change in sense of smell may occur alongside a change in sense of taste.[1][3]

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Common causes of altered sense of taste and/or smell include:

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