Good evening people, in my uncountable search for a solution, I stumbed upon this forum, in hope of achieving something.
Let me tell my story:
It all started about 3 years ago... It was Filmday at school, and we went to the movies. I was sitting at the last upper row, with a girl at left, and a boy at right. Suddenly they said they smelled something very bad in the area, something like cat piss. I noticed it was me who was smelling, anyhow I kept silent. From then on, I noticed that I smell often, almost every day... sometimes I can smell it, by smelling at something, for example, a towel or something. And I will almost always smell my body odor, except when there is a more dominant smell(like parfume). The most anoying thing is, that when I'm on the bus, I notice people saying that it smells. People who often take the same bus even know it's me, and say stuff like he's smelling again... I tried a lot. Using parfume, Vichi deo(spray kind, very good, expensive but very good) taking a bath twice a day, changing clothes every day and so on so on... I really can't keep living like this... So I decided I would go to my doctor. He knows I'm the kind of person that don't gets sick really easy, don't complains or so, so he knew there must be something wrong. He prescribed alfalfa, although it doesn't work either...my next step would be an appointment with a very smart doctor from the university or something, as my doctor proposed...or...the psychatrist... Is it possible that when you think you smell, you really start smelling?
The smell is kinda undescribable, really, can't put it anywhere.
Anyhow, I'm a very sensitive guy, and I would really like to have a girlfriend... But I ain't got any selfconfidence anymore...Because they just smell me and its bad...
I really hope you guys can help me out... I'm kinda helpless...
Thanks in advantage,
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