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How would you manage my anosmia?

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Dr. Marguerite Barnett
Surgery - Plastics
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In brief: Unknown

First, the cause of anosmia (inability to smell) must be determined.
If air is not getting into the nose, that can be surgically corrected but if the nerves involved in the sense of smell have been damaged by a viral infection or a skull fracture, only tincture of time will help. Some people think zinc supplements can help but the evidence has not always shown that is true.

In brief: Unknown

First, the cause of anosmia (inability to smell) must be determined.
If air is not getting into the nose, that can be surgically corrected but if the nerves involved in the sense of smell have been damaged by a viral infection or a skull fracture, only tincture of time will help. Some people think zinc supplements can help but the evidence has not always shown that is true.
Dr. Marguerite Barnett
Dr. Marguerite Barnett
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