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Taste Gone

Taste Gone

My sister in law has had copd now for about 4 years, for the past 8 months she has not been able to taste anything that she eats, has anyone else had this problem and what should she do. She has gargled with everything and did everything her dr told her to do, but nothing works. Thanks and take care.

A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I also don’t have much of an appetite and it annoys people that I don’t feel like eating especially when they offer to make it for me

posted about 2 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

somethings I can't taste either it is annoying . but I am not hungry either. so that is the problem. I eat oatmeal in the morning. and maybe have something for dinner . I am forcing myself to eat

posted about 2 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I was like that for a year are more they kept giving me med for yeast but that didn't help at all so they sent me to a ENT dr finally he listens to me about the way it was doing so he looked in my mouth he said you have really dry mouth I said finally someone agrees with me so he wrote a prescription for something for dry mouth I take one 3times a day after a few days on it I could actually taste my food again I had gland surgery they took a Slavic gland out because it was stoped up with stones and it makes your mouth a little dryer I'm happy with the meds he gave me. Ask your Dr to send you to an ENT dr let him help you remember keep it moving my friend

posted over 2 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I have that problem but don't have an answer! I know having to use my oxygen 24/7 has an effect on a lot of things for me! I know if I try to go without my oxygen i get very confused can't remember things and my body is just worn out. So I just keep my oxygen on and live with it!

posted about 4 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I haven't lost taste, but my taste buds have changed. I don't like the taste of things that I used to like.

posted 12 months ago
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