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Loss of smell post fever
Last week I was having fever for 3 days now I have lost the smell from couple of days . Pl advice how to regain the smell back .
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Please rule out the possibility of covid before anything else. Loss of smell could be due to any nasal blockage or viral fevers.. It usually returns to normal by itself.. Steam inhalation will help you hasten the return of smell
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Mild covid infection is likely
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U had probably  a covid infection.  Wait for 3 weeks
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Viral fevers can cause loss of smell... considering the pandemic...plz visit nearest COVID testing centre for swab test.. And regarding regain of smell sensation...if it is due to covid...it takes between 7to10weeks for recovery...
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