Re: Odor from the Sinuses
Are you my twin? Lol, I can relate to this post so much, and I'm sure a lot of people on this forum can as well.
Especially this part, which is so hard to explain:
"When I do have the smell, I can smell it even in places I have been in before. Let me clarify here. I have had the smell many times in my classroom at school, in my parents' home, in my car, and at my university library. When I do not have the smell, I don't smell it in these places. When I do have the smell, I WILL smell the smell in these places. That includes my home currently. When I travel to my parents' home on school breaks, and if I am having the smell, I will smell it in my parents' home(slaps me in the face)."
I think it's because we can't smell ourselves, but we catch a whiff of our smell/smells, and VERY rarely is it a fullblown smell like you described, that seems to take over every place. I think THAT'S the odor we emit to others, that we can't smell most times.
Tinea versicolor is candida, which I also have many places on my body, including my skin. I will the do candida cleanse soon.