Hi, I know it has been a long time since you posted what happened to you... but this is the only source I found so far about what is happening to me right now. I am SO SCARED! I don't live in the USA but I will be here for 2 months because my company sent me for a project here. Earlier today I had my nose really stuffy so I took this spray and now I cant smell or taste anything... I don't even know how to get to a hospital here, I am all by myself and this scares me even more. Could you tell me if you got better and if so, what did you do to recover your sense of taste and smell? What should I do?
Thank you very much!!
Thanks for the quick response. I stopped using the Afrin after 4pm yesterday and am even more congested than before I used it. After reading more about the medicine, I won't be taking it again for sure. I am relieved to hear that you got better. It is definitely scary when you take something and then you can't smell...I am hoping for quick recovery. Thanks again!
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