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#1 of 17 Old 09-21-2005, 11:44 AM - Thread Starter
 
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God my dog eats in the kitchen and the smell of her food is making me SO SICK!!! I am way in the living room and I can smell it from here. My DD thinks it's hilarious. BLECH! :Puke
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oh, lord! :LOL

let's see....

garlic
ds's diapers
meat
bread
the litterbox
exhaust fumes
cigarette smoke
and...dh

those are the ones i can think of at the moment...i know there are more...

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Ohhhhh yeah. When I'm pregnant I'm like a shark, I swear I can smell stuff miles away. Most of the time everything is way overpowering and nauseating.
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son's night time sposies (pee and chemicals are a bad combo) - wears FB during the day so that's fine

son's hair - we don't shampoo his hair frequently - just rinse it carefully every bath time. I currently don't like the smell of human hair I guess.

lingering cooking smells Cheddar broccoli soup - what was I thinking???

Children deserve the respect of puzzling it out.
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Cigarette Smoke
Beer
Popcorn
Fish
Any kind of passing of gas in my house :
My vitamins
Certain perfumes, like florals, I can take patchouli and spice based scents, but goodness me oh my the florals make me pretty ill.
Mushrooms
I'm finding that milk that has been in the fridge for more than 3 days will smell off to me, but not others.
Veggie Booty I love the stuff usually, but the smell is getting me.
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Lots of stuff, but mostly cheese. Cheese smells AWFUL.
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oh sented candles. i was in a meeting in a room that had UNLIT sented candles and i had to RUN to the bathroom!
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Nope, none here. No food aversions, m/s, or cravings either. I guess I should be happy about all that (and not really surprised, since I didn't have them with DS either) but it would make me feel more *pregnant* if I actually had symptoms!
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Not this time (yet), but last time I couldn't stand the smell of:

cigarettes
coffee
pizza
chicken
chocolate

Pizza was the worst! My roommate liked pizza a lot and would make it about once or twice a week. I would close all the doors to the kitchen and open all the windows in there and tell him to eat in the kitchen while I stayed in the living room!

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My worst last time (none so far this round) was Smoky Bones BBQ restaurant-OMG even thinking about it makes me queasy!
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Nope, none here. No food aversions, m/s, or cravings either. I guess I should be happy about all that (and not really surprised, since I didn't have them with DS either) but it would make me feel more *pregnant* if I actually had symptoms!
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And where are these enormous boobs I've been hearing so much about?
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Oh yeah, the smells are what get to me. Any scented perfume, soap, candle etc. makes me ill. Coffee and toast aromas are sure to make me hurl. Cigarettes are really bad too. Even just plain air gets to me if it is hot like when it blows in the window, or in the shower.

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OMG yes!!!!

Basil (which sucks because we have SOOO much of it that needs to be made into pesto)
Car fumes
All perfumes/candles
My own BO and my own....errr...gas
My basement
The compost pile
Dog food

And the worst so far...

DH burped a "pizza burp" the other night. He was on the other side of the room it was like he did it right in my face. OMG...I nearly lost it right then and there.
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Oh man, this one's killer. DP is making farts that smell like cat farts. Even he is grossed out. So foul

I am dying here Mamas ND

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OMG, you ladies ain't never lied. There are too many things to mention. Plenty already listed. I swear something died in the walls in our bedroom. DH thinks that it's probably somebody's trash. Take that crap out already! Anything cooking. I'm hosting in a restaurant right now so . Just about everything drives me bonkers in the smell dept. It's all so overpowering.

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yeah...to everything.

Nothing tastes good either. I couldn't hardly read your lists because just the mention of half that stuff makes me want to hurl......sigh...it shall end soon I hope!
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anything i have thrown up, now or BEFORE!!!
yes, my dogs food is making me yucky feeling too!
The chicken pen is pretty nasty too! lol

but my goats make me feel wonderful!!!
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