"Hi!I am a 21-year university student.I have a big problem~bad smell from nose.Very bad smell!I have had it for 5 years.It let my life so hard.I found it diffucult to contact people.I don't konw where it had come from.During the dark 5 ye..."
My question was personal for personal info. With your response I think I can go ahead and try it. As far as the smell you are experiencing? I'm no Dr, nor do I have any information on the topic. With that in mind anything I say is just an uneducated guess. My pulse, joint movement, eye ball movement, and voice are all very loud in the left ear. In 2006 I had a tooth puled out from the left side and was told I might have ear problems later on. I'm guessing the ear problems I have now are the problems he told me about. I also had a bad smell from the nose but it was only when i blew my nose and this is was just before and after the tooth was pulled. So, I believe it is possible you a similar problem where your tooth somehow allowed bacteria to grow in that sinus area.
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