Weird smells

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idk about anyone but I been getting overwhelming smells of exhaust..it drives me crazy..on top of all the other symptoms .im bout over it. anyone else experiencing weird smells and head pressure .along with the no sleep getting woke up with surges and anxiety..feeling like I'm constantly trying to get air.

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    yeah im feeling much the same has you apart from the smells. stay strong lady

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      trying. it's really draining. one symptom eases up another intensifies. it's crazy. and feeling like I'm trying to get air is not fun. thank u for ur support. hang in there also

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      i think the battle is understanding what is menopause & what isnt.

      ive never felt so rungout in my life.

      i used to be so active working my butt off im lucky if i get the washing up done these days hun x

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    Yes to the weird smells. Exhaust, cigarette smoke, and ammonia smells. I used to smell exhaust at work all the time. The weird smell syndrome has gone away now.

    Hang in there.🤗

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    Yes....I smell cigarette smoke and exhaust at times. And my anxiety is crazy! I also have that head pressure headache at times. Its lessening as I get further into my menopause journey. I am now post menopause.

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    Yes....I smell cigarette smoke and exhaust at times. And my anxiety is crazy! I also have that head pressure headache at times. Its lessening as I get further into my menopause journey. I am now post menopause.

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