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Phantosmia, or olfactory hallucinations, involves smelling odors that are not derived from any physical stimulus. These phantom odors ...
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Phantosmia & Sinus Infections

11% of the posts that mention Phantosmia also mention Sinus Infections (40 posts)
Phantosmia
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www.medhelp.org
diagnosed with anosmia and phantosmia. I lost my sense of...
" ...diagnosed with anosmia and phantosmia. I lost my sense ...However, two years ago the phantosmia began leading to severe migraines ...smells are one ailment, the sinusitis is another, and the ... "

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www.prohealth.com
sinus infection requiring antiobiotics, ABx (thanks for...
" ...that evolved into a major sinus infection requiring antiobiotics, ABx (thanks for ...parosmia (distorted sense of smell) and phantosmia (\"phantom\" smells that seem to... "

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ehealthforum.com
also called phantosmia, the patient detectes smells that...
" ...an olfactory hallucination, also called phantosmia, the patient detectes smells that ...The odors detected in phantosmia vary from person to ...foods or other odors. Phantosmia can be c... "

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hallucination (phantosmia), you detect smells that aren't...
" ...an olfactory hallucination (phantosmia), you detect smells that aren't really present in your environment. Phantosmia most often occurs ...temporal lobe seizures, sinusitis, brain tumors, migrai... "

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ehealthforum.com
to develop sinusitis. Acctually, acute sinusitis is often...
" ...allergies are predisposed to develop sinusitis. Acctually, acute sinusitis is often ...(one of the reason for sinusitis are allergies).. On the other ...a usual symptom of sinusitis. It... "

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ehealthforum.com
up phantom smells and phantosmia. The reasons can be sinus...
" ...is not as strong. I was told to look up phantom smells and phantosmia. The reasons can be sinus infections or brain things, like neuro lyme . I was placed on anticonvulsants but... "

smells or phantosmia ? smelling something that's not...
" ...of phantom smells or phantosmia ? smelling something that's ...epilepsy, or head trauma. Phantosmia is also associated with ...triggers such as tumor, sinus infection and epilepsy. While pinp... "

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(phantosmia)?Answerfrom Jerry W. Swanson, M.D.Many people...
" http://www.mayoclini...ntosmia/AN01684What causes olfactory hallucinations (phantosmia)?Answerfrom Jerry W. Swanson, M.D.Many people ...in an olfactory hallucination (phantosmia), you detect smells... "

hallucination (phantosmia), you detect smells that aren't...
" ...but in an olfactory hallucination (phantosmia), you detect smells that aren't ...The odors detected in phantosmia vary from person to ...be masked by food. Phantosmia most often occurs as... "

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known as phantosmia or olfactory hallucinations. In this,...
" ...from is known as phantosmia or olfactory hallucinations. In ...environment. The odors detected in phantosmia vary from person to person ...be foul or pleasant. Phantosmia most oft... "

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