I disagree. The definitions of the words used beneath the code refer to personal deficiencies in the sense of smell or taste:
Anosmia /Ã¦nˈɒzmi.ə/ is a lack of functioning olfaction, or in other words, an inability to perceive odors. Anosmia may be either temporary or permanent. A related term, hyposmia, refers to a decreased ability to smell, while hyperosmia refers to an increased ability to smell. Some people may be anosmic for one particular odor. This is called "specific anosmia" and may be genetically based.
One common form of parageusia is a metallic taste of food. This can be a side effect of several medications, such as acetazolamide, eszopiclone, zopiclone, metronidazole, or etoposide
Parageusia is the medical term for a bad taste in the mouth. (Which incidentally may be the code you were looking for ohn0disaster.)
Parosmia, also known as troposmia, is an olfactory dysfunction that is characterized by the inability of the brain to properly identify an odor’s “natural” smell. What happens instead is that the natural odor is transcribed into what is most often described as an unpleasant aroma, typically a “‘burned,’ ‘rotting,’ ‘fecal,’ or ‘chemical’ smell.” There are instances, however, of pleasant odors. This is more specifically called euosmia.
Try 705.89 for body odor and 625.8 for vaginal odor.....
A. McCormick, CPC, CGSC
Walters Surgical Associates