Parosmia is a condition in which your sense of smell is distorted.

Mayo Clinic: What causes olfactory hallucinations (phantosmia)?
Oxford University Press: More than smell COVID-19 is associated with severe impairment of smell, taste, and chemesthesis.
UpToDate: Evaluation and treatment of taste and smell disorders, Clonazepam: Drug information, Topiramate: Drug information, Phenytoin: Drug information.
East Carolina University: Parosmia and Phantosmia.
JAMA: Long-term Follow-up of Surgically Treated Phantosmia, Distorted Odorant Perception Analysis of a Series of 56 Patients With Parosmia.
MediSense: Screening 12 Test.
Journal of Infection: Persisting olfactory dysfunction in patients after recovering from COVID-19.
NIH: Smell Disorders, Parosmia
BMJ: Sixty seconds on . . . parosmia.
Frontiers in Neurology: Parosmia and Neurological Disorders: A Neglected Association.
BDJ in Practice: Prevalence and persistence of smell and taste dysfunction in COVID-19; how should dental practices apply diagnostic criteria? Post-Viral Olfactory Loss.
Acta Oto-Laryngologica: Euosmia: a rare form of parosmia.