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I have lost my sense of smell. My doctor just says there is nothing that can be done. What should I do?
With my usual winter cold this year, I lost both my sense of taste and smell. I worry that this may be due to my age (70) and would appreciate your advice.
I have suffered for many months with a failure of the sense of taste and cannot distinguish one type of food from another. I am 88 years old and am wondering if this problem is due to old age or illness.
For two years I have had a strong metallic taste in my mouth that makes me feel sick. Have you any ideas as to a cause?
From time to time I have a very bitter taste in my mouth. What could cause this?
I am 68, and over the past 3 years have gradually lost my sense of smell, but can still taste sweet and sour. A specialist has told me that nothing can be done. Is that true?
After having a heart attack, my brother has been left with no sense of smell for hot foods. Doctors have come up with all sorts of suggestions to explain this, but no help. He is getting despondent and I hope you can help.
Everything I eat and drink tastes of salt. Chocolate is the worst. The only thing that is not bad is milk. Have you ever heard of a case like this?
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