I had to be admitted to the hospital because of bronchitis on 4/10/17. The emergency room drs ran tests and checked my thyroid because they saw that some years ago, the last time I was in the er, my thyroid was extremely overactive (hyperthryroid). The problem is, no one told me about this. They tested me again and now my thyroid is very underactive (hypothyroid). On 4/11/17, I took my first dose of 25 mcg Levothyroxine (thyroid medication), which supplies t4 that I am not making.
I did not take my daily doses of the zinc/magnesium/niacin combo on the 11th because I told myself that I would not take any supplements until I saw how the thyroid hormone made me feel, as not to cause an interaction. Guys, I have not taken the combo again and I won't have to anymore. I have NO Body Odor . It seems the smell was caused by hypothyroidism. When I say no more odor, I mean just that. PLEASE get your thyroid tested. You will need TSH, T3, T4 tested. Some people have no symptoms, others have depression, weight gain, trouble losing weight, or fatigue as symptoms.
The thyroid controls your metabolism, and also plays a big part in the metabolism of your hormones and SHBG. The smells are your hormones either unbalanced, or not synthesizing correctly.