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Sense metallic smell from foods causing loss of appetite, passive smoking causing irritation in throat and ears. Solution?

I have been suffering from metallic smell in all my food( forpast 2months) that i take and I am not able to taste any food.this has cause loss of appepite. Im passive inhaler of smoke as my boss smoke more than 2packet a day. For the past 5 years i have been inhaling it and by that time I had lost2-3 times my voice, had chest congestion, nose block and severe headache and even now Im still suffering from the same symptoms except for my voice. i have got irritation in my ears and throat .My office has no exhaust or open window for ventilation.Iwork from 9-6PM and for 6 hours i inhale the smoke.My boss is chronic smoker. I had advise him but he doesnt listen.how can this problem be solved.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YOU HAVE TO TELL TO YOUR BOSS ABOUT YOUR POSITION
YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM SINUSITIS WHICH IS ALLERGY ND SMGET XRAY PNS DONE
IT WILL BE SINUSITIS
CONDULT ENT SPECIALIST AND GET TREATMENT AND SMOKE INCREASES IT
YOU CAN ASK YOUR BOSS ABOUT YOUR TRETMENT AND I AM SURE THAT YOUR BOSS WILL UNDERSTAND
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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