For everyone out there who smell cigarette smoke when there isn't any I found a cure! I was smelling cigarette smoke for weeks from mid December until February when there was no cigarette smoke. It was driving me crazy. I thought it was everything from mold exposure, milk allergy, CO2 (carbon monoxide) poisoning, or even allergy to chocolate. I didn't think it was my sinuses because I wasn't really having any sinus symptoms. I went to my doctor who never heard of the ailment, but believed it was some type of allergy and prescribed Nasocort nose spray and told me to use it every day, twice a day in each nostril for next 4 weeks. Well after just using it for 3-4 days the cigarette smoke was gone! I continued to use it for 4 weeks and it's now been nearly 6 weeks and it's never returned. So, try a nasal spray!
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