3cu3j3t1 karma2020-07-24 15:47:48 UTC
My fiancé is an ENT resident and I find the field fascinating. She also received personal letter from Dr. Sataloff and I hope they can collaborate at some point.
Is there a spectrum of olfactory senses - akin to taste where you can differentiate between sweet, savory, and bitter - that is impacted COVID sooner than others? For example, if you gradually lose your sense of smell because of COVID, will you stop smelling fruits before you stop smell coffee? Is anosmia of a certain scent an early indicator of COVID?
I think I have the aptly names ACHOO syndrome. I’ve asked a neurosurgeon and several (general) ENTs what causes it My guess is that my trigeminal nerves are somewhat mixed. Any insight from a rhinologist?
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