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Wierd smells....

I keep getting these weird smells, like ammonia or alcohol....what could be causing this...???

Related Topics: Ammonia, Smell
 

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Do you smell these smells in a certain area or at certain times? Are you around others or by yourself?  If you are by yourself and smelling it- it might be your self that you smell.  This may be a sign of diabetes. The build up of ketones in the body can give you breath like or a general smell like ammonia or nail polish remover.  Your urine may also smell overly fruity or sweet as a symptom.

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