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April 03, 2006

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Mila Manapsal

I, too, have lost my sense of smell - about 2 years ago. I am very concerned, that it might be an indication of AD. There is a history of AD in my family, not immediate, but an aunt and her offsprings on my father side of the family. I also seem to have lost some taste - I used to not be able to eat fresh onion, especially in hamburger, but now I can eat large amounts of it and not be bothered. I am 73 years old now, but I used to take HRT (Hormone REplacement Therapy) started at age 45 (1978) and stopped it only last 2003. I wonder if stopping it has something to do with my loss of smell.

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