Is there a disease or condition that makes you smell constantly
People with kidney or liver disease may have an ammonia smell. Things people eat can also affect the way they smell. But there is not a disease that makes you smell. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-there-a-disease-or-condition-that-makes-you-smell-constantly ]
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- Is there a disease or condition that makes you smell constantly?
- People with kidney or liver disease may have an ammonia smell. Things people eat can also affect the way they smell. But there is not a disease that makes you smell. ChaCha!
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