Ceiling fan right? Most cases it is.. There is a insulation seal with-in the casing of the light.. You can use the fan as much as you like.. but as soon as you turn the light on - you have a strong fish smell with in 30 minutes. Take the casing off and replace the seal. (most hardware stores will carry the part but call around first to avoid wasting time) there are a couple more possibilities here. if it is a fan, some of these units have a capacitor in them that will become defective and start to stink up the place. with light fixtures (with or without a fan involved) it is possible that the wattage rating of the lamps is too large and the fixture is "cooking". i have seen this happen to the point of charred crumbling sockets and the insulation/wire looking like a torch was taken to it ... the stink factor is pretty high. I've burned up a lot of electrical devices in my day, and I've never smelled a smell I would describe as "fishy." Before you go replacing and rewiring things, I would recommend simply shutting the power off and giving the offending fixture a good cleaning. Perhaps something got on it that is causeing the odor.
You smell fishy.
No, a yeast infection typically does not smell fishy, but bacterial vaginosis, a common, non-contagious condition, does have a fishy odor.
No it is not normal for any penis to smell fishy, Circumcised or not, simple daily cleaning even with just clear water, should prevent any "fishy smell."
No, a fresh fish has hardly any smell at all and as it gets older it begins to smell more and more fishy.
no, but fish do
the citric acid in the lemon neutralizes the fish oils thus breaking down the power of the fishy smell
its the oceanic universal smell of dead
No. Throw them out.
like your mums fishy fANYY
Salt water; fishy
No! It should smell sweet and slightly smoky.