A longitudinal descriptive study of self-reported abnormal smell and taste perception in pregnant women.

@article{Nordin2004ALD,
  title={A longitudinal descriptive study of self-reported abnormal smell and taste perception in pregnant women.},
  author={Steven Nordin and Daniel A. Broman and Jonas K. Olofsson and Marianne Wulff},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2004},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={391-402}
}
Self-reported abnormal sensitivity, qualitative distortions and phantom sensations with respect to smell and taste was assessed with a longitudinal design, based on questions referring to gestational weeks 13-16 and 31-34 of pregnancy in comparison with 9-12 weeks post partum and with non-pregnant women with corresponding time durations and intervals. The results show that abnormal smell and/or taste perception was reported by 76% of the pregnant women, typically believed to be caused by their… CONTINUE READING
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