My dog's got no nose

I'm anosmic. I really have no sense of smell at all. I can't smell ammonia, or chlorine, or anything. I've been that way since I was born, but some people become anosmic after head injuries or illness. The incidence of congenital anosmia is not not known, and it's not something that often comes up in conversation. It tends not to be too noticable to other people. I just heard from an online friend about a discussion forum for people with congenital anosmia. For those interested, it is here.

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I remember when we worked together a long time ago. We suspected we had a fire or burning in the floor void. So we lifted tiles and I asked everyone including you to try and smell it. You then told me about your lack of smell.

Posted by Paul Humphreys on September 14, 2005 at 11:36 PM PDT #

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