Hello sleep monster, I too have the same exact problem , the stares , the comments , the people rubbing their noses or even sneezing around me ..,and the smell ..,i am making my 4 th apt to see yet another dr because there is no way this that I'm experiencing is just in my head and a olfactory thing As someone suggested. I'm just so curious of how you are now a year later...I've been doing some research and am convinced I may have a mast cell tumor somewhere but we will see I'm going to ask for an ultrsound this time around because I can't live like this and yes it happens to me mostly when I'm stressed at work mostly . My husband swears he dosnt smell anything . Please respond to me when you can ~ stressedout2013
HELLO SLEEPMONSTER, I'M SORRY THAT I ONLY JUST READ YOUR POST. I HOPE THAT YOU CHECK BACK ON MEDHELP, AND FIND MY MESSAGE. I'M SORRY THAT YOU'RE FEELING SO SAD RIGHT NOW. MAYBE HAVING A FRIEND WILL HELP? I'M HERE FOR YOU SWEETIE, TO TALK TO YOU, IF YOU WANT. BIG HUGS FROM LIZ
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