Absolutely. I had a shirt on the other day and kept smelling flowers wherever I went. The hubby didn't smell it. It turns out it was from the fabric softener sheet I had put in the dryer. I can smell, from inside my house, the gasoline my neighbor is pouring into his lawn mower. We passed a truck that had blown a tire on the thru way last week and I smelled that burning rubber for a half hour after we had passed the truck.
I am forevr asking the hubby 'don't you smelll that?" He never ever does.
I have the ant crawling on my legs also. Have stripped my pants off between two school buses in a parking lot because I was sure bugs were all over me.
Over sensitive...that what we are!
I've only posted a couple of times-none since I got my official diagnosis this month. So, hi, I'm Julie! I come on just about every day though and read the posts.
I had to reply to this. I'm like Marlee-some smells I really love, and others I can't stand. But the absolute worst thing is when I give a man a hug and his cologne decides it wants to "stick" with me. My husband's great uncle is one of the sweetest men on the planet, but this happens every time I hug him, and it's almost always at the beginning of some occasion where I'm stuck smelling it for a couple of hours. I'm getting sick to my stomache just thinking about it! It will happen will women's perfume sometimes, too.
I'll start a thread some time soon and tell ya'll about myself.