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Cigarette smoke

Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: May 18 6:52pm | Replies (3)

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@amandajro

Hello @spyked and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I am curious if you have had COVID? Apparently, according to this article, a fraction of people who tested positive have reported this as a symptom.

COVID-19 Can Warp the Senses Even After Recovery:
https://www.webmd.com/lung/news/20201109/covid-19-can-warp-the-senses-even-after-recovery#:~:text=Some%20say%20they're%20smelling,in%20their%20sense%20of%20smell.
Did seeing the black things start at the same time or after the smell of cigarette smoke?

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Covid negative literally hundreds of times. I am a healthcare worker and tested at a minimum twice a week for over a year. The smells started first and then seeing things.

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