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      My nose smells b.o. but I don't have b.o

      What the heck guys. I put on lots of deodorant/anti perspirant but I don't know if I smell. At break I always smell something right when I exit the classroom to where I stand, lift my arms and it smells a little more. Then when I start walking, I don't smell anything for the rest of the day until next morning when it happens again.


      How do I know if it's me? I asked my friends but they said they don't smell anything.
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      Do you sweat alot thought? Because you could be putting it on, but still sweating.

      EDIT: Had a look on google (which alot of people should do first, (not pointing that out to you)) and found that it could be that you have hyperactive sweat glands. Google it and see the symptoms.

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      Some people are more sensitive to certain smells than others. Plus you could be a little self-conscious.

      My nose often-enough smells mold or mildew that no one else smells. It drives me bonkers and often leads to a headache that knocks me out.
      My hubby is part coon dog lol and anything even SLIGHTLY smelly will be noticed by him and thrown a fit about.

      If you only notice it at one particular place, are others moving around you at the same time? You could be smelling them. Does the specific area stress you out in some ways? Maybe you sweat more as a reaction to that stress but it subsides when you move on.

      Perhaps your friends are being "kind" or you're worried about nothing or...................


      When I'm about to sweat (in a casual situation), it feels like a million tiny needles stab my armpits. If I dismiss the sensation, it usually goes away and I don't sweat. I might rub them a couple times lol first.
      No one has ever been able to explain that to me.

      Everyone is different and (most unfortunately) not everything makes sense or can be easily explained.

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      The weird thing is I don't sweat, which is why I just think I'm used to smelling something that's not there. I thought it was other people or just the air but other people would smell it. The people I'm around are very honest and if something is wrong with someone we tell them.

      It's pretty weird.

      edit: when I do sweat I don't smell though. I'm run a lot, so I work up a good amount.


      So basically my question is, what the heck am I smelling? It's not just school either.
      Last edited by hellohihello; 04-08-2010 at 02:41 AM.
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      Do you have sinus problems? Allergies? Migraines? Seizures? Anything else unusual accompany the smell (before, during, or after)?
      Sometimes I think I literally have mold IN my nose. It's hard to explain the intensity of the smell.

      I think the mold I smell is a precursor to a migraine. Perhaps something similar is going on with you?

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      Oh jeeze. I just got over a nasty sinus infection, had migraines (except there is no pain, just all the other things that go on with those ) for years and this weather is giving me horrible allergies.



      I think you solved my problem!

      edit:

      It makes sense because all the noise, lights, hustle and bustle will trigger one, or so the Doc says. At lunch, everything is calmed down and slow but at break it's a mess.
      Last edited by hellohihello; 04-08-2010 at 05:56 AM.
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