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Ammonia smell in nose
I have a smell of ammonia in my nose.  What is this?
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Hello,

Ammoniacal smell that you are having in your nose can be due to sweating. Although perspiration is basically odorless, it can take on an unpleasant smell when it comes into contact with bacteria on your skin. Most often, it's the bacterial breakdown of apocrine sweat that causes a strong odor.

Ammonia smell of the sweat could indicate liver or kidney disease.

Take regular baths and wear loose cotton clothes.Pls avoid taking heavy fatty meal and eat nutritious,healthy food.If the ammonical smell still persists then pls get yourself evaluated for liver or kidney disorders.

Take care and pls do keep us posted on how you are doing.

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