got a sore throut acouple of days ago, now i'm starting to smell like a burning smell that nobody else smell. it gets so bad that my eyes start to burn, and i get nauseated.. it happened last month also but went away.... anybody know what it might be,,, please i cant stand the smell.... thanks
Can't recall the scientific name, but that problem has been mentioned many, many times on this forum. It's annoying, but not a life threatening condition.
You could try searching older posts...just look for "odd smells" and titles like that.
The only life threatening condition that I know of that can cause you to smell "burned toast" or other smells, is a stroke. If you get a sudden headache, slurred speech, or stumble whilst trying to walk, seek emergency treatment.
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