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Question: What is correlation between bronchitis and loss of taste and smell





Took z-PAC and prednisone for 4 days to cure bronchitis. After that episode I lost taste and smell.

One month after I went to am ENT and was told I had a sinus infection. Took amoxicillin and

Prednisone for 2 weeks hoping to revive my taste and smell as well as cure the infection. The

Infection is gone but no taste or smell.

Asked by Marilyn on Jun, 28, 2013 at 9:30 pm
Age: 77   Gender: female
Medications: Zoloft

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