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questioning my olfactory sanity
anyone out there with A-Fib ever smell cigarrette smoke before or during an A-Fib episode? this happens frequently and i would be in a non-smoking area.
any feedback appreciated. thansks, dorothy
BeverlyRae, October 10, 2019 10:01pm EST
I've noticed this as well, but I hadn't thought about associating it with AFib.
Patio7, October 11, 2019 2:15pm EST
Me too. Never have associated the two. Hmmm🤔
MellanieSAF, October 12, 2019 12:16pm EST
Those of us who are allergic to both smoke and molds know that molds can smell like smoke. I am especially sensitive to molds, so I smell that smell during the mold bloom from September to November each year.
Allergies can cause inflammation in the body, and inflammation can lead to afib. There is probably a connection there somewhere.