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Can You Burp And Sneeze
Why do you have shortness of breath when your GERD attacks? Why you need to burp to feel relieved?
Probably not: Dizziness is not a typical feature of allergies. The symptoms you describe are more likely due to dehydration or something with your heart - you should discuss these with your primary care physician. A physical examination will go a long way toward figuring out what is going on. ...Read more
Possible: If you have a lot of post-nasal drips, this may cause choking. However if food tends to get stuck, then one will need to consider a condition known as eosinophilic esophagitis(EoE) likely linked to food allergies. I would suggest that you consult a gastroenterologist first to find out the cause for the choking. ...Read more
Alveolar Atelectasis: The lung units are air sacs called alveolae which are prone to collapse due to inadequate inspiration and low chest volume. In response to collapse the nerves in the lung send stimuli to breathing center in brain for a large effort of breath like a sigh to re inflate the collapsed air sacs as a protectivereflex. This causes catch in breath in some cases. ...Read more
Ear: Unlikely but depends how forcefully you sneeze. Try not to hold your nose when you sneeze. Can sometimes make you dizzy as well ...Read more
My throat always lets out air by gurgling but I can't burp. Can it be GERD even tho Idont hav heartburn? What can I do to help this or burp?
It could...: GERD symptoms do not necessarily have to include the typical heartburn. It might present like a "lump" or congestion sensation in your throat, it could also present as dry cough for example. Try to modify your diet habits to low fat, irritant ( caffeine, sauces, spices,sweets, bread, citrics) free diet. May also try for example Tums (calcium carbonate) OTC. See your dr. as well for formal exam and evaluation. ...Read more
When I take a deep breath and exhale fully, my breath gets stuck there and need to voluntarily inhale. This also happens when I cough (expel all air).
Here are some...: What you described may suspect a degree of exhaling one-way airway obstruction. To verify what really causes such, more information in history + proper physicals especially the auscultation to the lungs + tests as needed are needed. How to sort the mystery behind what and how you felt can be accomplished by following instructions described in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish ...Read more
If you can feel mucus go up and down your chest when you breathe in and out does that mean your chest is very congested ?
What can cause a lump feeling in the throat that you cannot cough up but feels like you need to burp and can't?
Drainage, inflamed: This sensation is often caused by sinus drainage that causes inflammation in the back of the throat. This can cause a sensation of "fullness" in the back of the throat. Another thing that can cause this is reflux (acid, heartburn). Try an antihistamine (zyrtec, allegra, etc) and some saline nasal spray for a few days. If reflux is possible, add a Pepcid - if that doesn't help, see your doctor. ...Read more
What can cause you to feel like you have fluttering in your chest. I also seem to be burping alot. Is it just gas?
Arrhythmia: You could be suffering from some form of abnormal heart rhythm. This can cause the fluttering feeling, or palpitations. Your doctor can do an EKG and, if needed, prescribe a wearable device that can record these events to see if the rhythm is abnormal when this is occurring. ...Read more
Tendency to cough from stomach! Always pushing it out and cough wether need to cough or not THEN always feel nauseous, gassy, diarrhea. What causing?
GERD ...: ..or gastroesphageal reflux is my first diagnosis. We have come to appreciate that reflux of acidic stomach contents into the esophagus & throat is a VERY COMMON cause of chronic cough. GERD could also be an explanation for nausea; less likely a cause of feeling gassy & having diarrhea. But irritable bowel syndrome could certainly also be present. Try OTC Prilosec; see doc for evaluation:) ...Read more
Weak vs overflow: Usually, a little leak after a cough/sneeze/bearing down is a result of stress incontinence- a weakness in the valve system that helps keep urine in. But, if you're keeping large volumes in and not going to the toilet when your body tells you to, it can also be simple overflow. Don't hold your urine in; you can ruin the feedback system of nerves in your bladder. Pee when your body tell you to! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
I have sinus cold and when I sneeze I can't swallow right away or I choke and then need to cough causing a tingling feeling, or another sneeze.
Unusual: but if sneezing is causing the problem , you need to find out what is causing your sneezing. Have you seen an allergist yet? ...Read more
Esophagus not opened: If the esophagus it is not opened-up from your stomach up to your mouth, the gas won't come out. Some spasm in any part of the length of your esophagus can occur and stop the gas from coming up. Sometime it is easier to do than others...The more relaxed you are, the easier it is to burp... Have fun with it, just keep it civil :-). ...Read more
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