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Strong Smell of Chocolate

Here in the past 2 years I have been having a strong smell of Chocolate (coco) smell in my nose off and on and it has been affecting my food as well.  Im not sure why I keep having this and was hoping there might be an answer for it.  It's affecting my eating to where I dont want to eat because the taste is so horrible.

Thanks for your help!

Jade
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hmm never heard of that one before but i have heard that people who have mild to severe tumors or signs of cancer, smell burning toast or a gasoline type smell i would strongly suggest you have it checked out
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For about 2 weeks I have an overwelming smell of sugar and coffee. While I can taste and smell other things as normal, I this is extremely annoying and keeps me awake at night as well. Does anyone know what this is?
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