What other reasons could cause queasiness and sensitivity to smells besides migraine?

Many caused. Benign or malignant orophylangeal or nasopharyngeal rumors, benign or malignant brain rumors, previous stroke can increase sensitivity to smells. Many causes of queasiness: anxiety, pain, being on marcotics, gastroesophagael reflux, gallstones or sludge in gallbladder, high blood sugar, low blood auger, many medication side effects, brain lesions, elevated intracranial pressure, high blood sugar.

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Sensitivity to smells durin migraine. Is that ok?

This is an Aura. You are describing an aura, which occurs in 15 % of migraneurs. Auras occur usually before a headache (ha), but may last to the end of the ha. There are many different aura expressions like increased smell intensity, unpleasant smells and many other. The latest research has not determined the exact cause and some believe that the “brain dysregulation” leading to a migraine is causing it. It is ok. Read more...
Common. Sensitivity to smells is almost as common as light and noise sensitivity during a migraine attack. Some migraines are also triggered by certain smells such as perfumes or colognes or chemical smells. Read more...