I am still trying to solve a body odor mystery. Like Wesley, I think that it is a food tolerant situation. Then, on the other hand, I read that when bacteria invades the sweat glands, body odor is produced. I really do not know where to start. Is botox shots an option for getting rid of body odor when relating to the sweat glands? Also, Is the GI doctor the only option, or can I ask my primary care doctor to perform a procedure? If so, what can I request, other than blood test (I have had one already). Also, Would it be healthy if I put myself on a diet that consists of only dried nuts, spinach, and meal replacements? Last, but not least, my body gives off a smell of onion and sometimes sour cream (even when there is no consumption). What does this mean. I have increased my water intake. Any advice, I' d appreciate.
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