News & Views on Systemic Body Odor and Halitosis such as trimethylaminuria TMAU. If you have fecal odors or bowel odors it may be metabolic/systemic

7 April 2012

Another brave young lady talking about TMAU on youtube



Another brave young lady talking about her systemic malodor condition and diminishing the taboo and raising awareness. Again we are all in her debt. Should they ever wish to delete their videos they will automatically disappear from here too, so no need to worry about that. Thank you girls. Someday society will know about systemic malodors, know it is an 'illness', and come up with ways to treat or cure it. At the moment we are stuck with only 'TMAU' as a diagnosis, which is probably an 'underdiagnosis' or even a 'misdiagnosis'. It is my own current belief that 'fecal body odor' is actually 'FMO3 substrate body odor' as I mention in previous posts.

This young lady goes on to further talk about TMAU on other videos on her youtube channel.

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