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For the last two weeks ive been smelling mould i know there is no mould in my home as my wife and other family members cannot smell it, i have also smelt mould while out and about. I can now taste mould in certain foods and liquids, like pasta and Appletizer drink help!!!!!! it only happens randomly i dont smell/taste it 100% of the time...
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replied April 21st, 2010
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Donny, do you have sinus problems? Smelling mold or smoke where there is none can be because of sinus problems. I had that problem for many years. Somewhere here there is a thread with many many sinus sufferers experiencing the same symptoms.
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replied April 21st, 2010
hi susan i have had no experience of sinus problems... Getting annoying now when im trying to eat my favourite foods and drinks...
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replied October 16th, 2011
Have you recently ingested any zinc cold remedies? These products can cause olfactory nerve damage which results in odd smells/tastes and even a complete loss thereof. I have olfactory nerve damage from a zinc cold remedy (cough lozenges) and I smell sulphur or burnt hair all the time. When the damage first occured I smelled ammonia very strongly.
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