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gramsno1 posted:
This is my second episode of smelling smoke all the time. It is so annoying. Now I am worried that something might be wrong. I am not really having headaches anymore than before. I have had a TIA following a heart procedure last year...worried that something is going on with that. would appreciate input from others.
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