loss of taste

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Chemical burns could mean a permanent feeding tube or loss of taste.
The website says many laryngectomees experience loss of smell and/or loss of taste, but these can return over time.
Symptoms include: fatigue, loss of taste, intolerance to cold, muscle wasting, discoloration of the skin, rashes, mouth sores, hair loss, vision problems, numbness and depression.
damages olfactory nerves/pathway resulting in the loss of sense of smell, consequently loss of taste.
A loss of taste can result in a lack of appetite, which can lead to inadequate food intake and malnourishment.
A notable theme in this book is the loss of taste and tongues.
Similarly to loss of taste, loss of smell can affect appetite," says Dr.
Parkinson's Disease (PD) also gives rise to non-motor symptoms, such as dementia, depression, hallucinations and loss of taste and smell.
articles at their own expense, in accordance with the requirements of hygiene and HACCP to prevent the loss of taste and nutrition.
The result, says Michael Osterholm, a University of Minnesota foodborne illness expert who has studied irradiation extensively, is that it kills as many bacteria as cooking at high temperatures-but without any loss of taste.
I did go through all the phases - a blocked nose, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, funny voice, loss of taste (ruining the Sunday Carvery), catarrh then a cough that was dry one minute and something else the next then thinking I was coming out the other side like some intrepid hero getting through the Antarctic before realising this week that it was starting all over again