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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    If that were my child, I'd be heading to the gp for a referral to ent.

    My dds have been able to smell always. Even as a really little child, dd1 hated the smell of poo of farts. I couldn't get away with anything, lol!
    This ^
    Test him out with strong smelling flavoured lollies or something kids love and go to GP to be sure

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    Do you know anywhere that sells those warheads? They'd be good to try because they are so strong and taste like
    ar$e at first but then get delicious...

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    My X-BIL had no sense of smell but that was the result of an accident.
    He said food fir him was more about the texture cause he couldnt taste it much anyway

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    My 4 year old has only in the last 9 months started talking about smells. I imagine he would have been able to small before then but has only just been able to verbalise what was happening.

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    I would get it checked out.

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    Ds is 5 and has just recently started asking about the smells he can sense.
    Let us know how you go.

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    I'm curious about this too! 3yo DD never seems to react to smells. She's a good eater though and seems to respond to different tastes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Do you know anywhere that sells those warheads? They'd be good to try because they are so strong and taste like
    ar$e at first but then get delicious...
    Eww, I take it they're some sort of hard boiled sweet or something?

    Well I had him sniffing perfume straight out of bed this morning.
    he said he could smell it "a bit".

    I'm not sure how much of this is an actual problem or him just being him, which is vague at the best of times.

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    My 14 month old def knows smells too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Eww, I take it they're some sort of hard boiled sweet or something?

    Well I had him sniffing perfume straight out of bed this morning.
    he said he could smell it "a bit".

    I'm not sure how much of this is an actual problem or him just being him, which is vague at the best of times.
    Maybe he just has a reduced sense of smell? Has he ever had problems with his adenoids? Does his voice sound 'nasal' at all?

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