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What Is Dysosmia
One of many symptoms: Odd smells, visions, and a multitude of other symptoms are all possible with a stroke. The type of symptoms you have depends on what part of the brain the stroke is affecting. If you are experiencing strange sensations, smells, weakness, loss of function, you should seek further care. Other brain pathology, and not just strokes, can also cause these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wat r the most common local and neurological causes of dysgueisia??is dysguesia a serious disorder??
It's "dysgeusia": Dysgeusia = altered taste. Tongue can sense only 4 things: Sweet, sour, bitter, salty. All other "taste" is actually smell = dysosmia. Need to figure out if your "dysgeusia" is a primary taste disorder or actually your nose. The eyes may not see, the ears may not hear, but the nose knows. ...Read more
Bell shaped curve: The sense of smell varies from person to person. Most have the basic set but some are more sensitive to certain odors and there are changes with nasal disease and damage to the internal head strucrtures from injury and certain diseases. There are a few with altered smell (dysosmia) and some have none at all (anosmia) which is quite uncommon. ...Read more
I had botox for my frown 4 weeks ago after about 3 weeks i started to get this chemical- cheap rubber smell in my nose. It's there all the time now.?
See an ENT doctor!: You may have a dysosmia which needs to be worked up by a doctor. Most likely, the cause is an underlying chronic sinus infection. ...Read more
Had this bad smell from my nose for about 2years now.often had headache..i can't smell it but people near me can smell it.had been given antibiotics but after wards d smell came back again.how can I get rid of this..really embarrassing me.
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