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Phantosmia and Sinus Infections

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11.1% of the posts that mention Phantosmia also mention Sinus Infections (35 posts)

Phantosmia

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Phantosmia, or olfactory hallucinations, involves smelling odors that are not derived from any physical stimulus. These phantom odors can range from rotting flesh to a spring meadow, though most cases report unpleasant aromas. In some cases phantosmia has even led to the afflicted individual t... Read more on Wikipedia
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Sinus Infections

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(Sinusitis)
Sinusitis is inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may be due to infection, allergy, or autoimmunity issues. Most cases are due to a viral infection and resolve over the course of 10 days. It is a common condition for example, in the United States more than 24 million cases occur ann... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Amoxicillin
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What patients are saying about Phantosmia and Sinus Infections

35 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
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...
as tumor, sinus infection and epilepsy, but some patients...
...physiological triggers such as tumor, sinus infection and epilepsy, but some ...pinpointing the cause of phantosmia can sometimes be ...gradual loss of smell, phantosmia sometimes occurs with...
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...
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...
on phantom smells (Phantosmia), and I learned that it...
...phantom smells (Phantosmia), and I ...damage, seizures, migraines, sinus infection, Alzheimer's, and Schizophrenia. I don't have seizures, migraines, sinus infection, Alzheimer's, or Schizophren...
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...
a very, very bad sinus infection. When it started to come...
...after a very, very bad sinus infection. When it started to come ...disorders of phantogeusia (hallucinated taste) and phantosmia (hallucinated smell). Phantosmia and phantogeusia can be as...
exception of the sinus infection, but they didn't seem to...
...the exception of the sinus infection, but they didn't seem ...it was a serious sinus infection, they were only concerned ...(coffee, say, smells like smoke), phantosmia is smelling things tha...
What causes olfactory hallucinations (phantosmia)?...
...me. Reference ��� http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/phantosmia/AN01684 What causes olfactory hallucinations (phantosmia)? Answer from Jerry ...olfactory hallucination (phantosmia), you de...
(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...
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