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Smelling an ammonia can sometimes indicate a tumour or it could just be a throat infection. I cannot confirm this for sure without a more detailed history. Are you getting headaches? Is the smell always present or only sometimes?
See a Doctor and he may refer you to a neurologist for further checkups. Hope this helps you.
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