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Hi Guys, concerning the “weird smells”, I believe we are experiencing “olfactory hallucinations”. This may be secondary to pressure on the first cranial nerve. When this pressure is relieved with Diamox, many people go through a lot of olfactory hallucinations again (I think the nerve must be getting stimulated from pressure and from the release of pressure, but that is pure conjecture). Did you see/fill out the “Symptoms Checklist”? It would be GREAT if you could help us with that. It is under “Articles and Handouts” on the front page of the website. Thank you!! Concerning temperature, most of us are hypothermic, as are most MS patients. I believe I know why, but will have to wait for the treatment trials coming up to take care of this symptom. My hypothermia got so bad, that it was PAINFUL. If one inch of my skin was exposed to air, I was miserable. Looking back, I had episodes of this a couple of times many years ago. I’d have to get in a hot tub to bring up my body temperature. Yup, that is autonomic dysfunction FOR SURE. 🙂 Diana