Doctor insights on:
Eat Ice Cream Cold Bronchitis
Yes: No issue.Get a more detailed answer ›
? Allergy: If you are allergic to dairy products and if this is dairy free, it should be OK. Test with a small amount and with others present, if you become unwell. All the best. ...Read more
Is is bad idea to eat ice cream when he has phlegm when coughing while he is recovering from bronchitis?
No: Ice cream, although universally desired, has not been shown to provide definitive and reproducible benefit to bronchitis sufferers. On a related but somewhat different topic, although milk products have been implicated to worsen coughs, this is generally felt to be an old wive's tale. ...Read more
Is it safe to drink cold drinks (juice, water) and eat ice cream, cold yogurt, cold flan (a type of soft cool cake) a few hours after a single tooth extraction? Are cake, bread, and rice appropriate food to eat a few hours after the extraction?
Post op: What you listed is fine to eat but best to try to eat on the other side of your mouth for a few days. ...Read more
Yes: The cold foods may make your throat feel better. ...Read more
I start coughing every time I eat ice cream or drink something cold. Can it be bronchospasm and will it go away with time?
Could you explain why does my teeth hurt when I eat ice cream, chocolates and anything complete cold and too hot?
Cold Sensitive Teeth: If eating ice cream make your teeth hurt, you are probably suffering from cold sensitive teeth. This is a problem that should be dealt with right away. See your dentist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Cold "urticaria": This is called cold "urticaria" although your case is better described as cold angioedema. Can you tell us how soon after the exposure the swelling happens? If this develops hours after the exposure, the problem may be more complicated. Have you tried taking an antihistamine 1-2 hrs prior to the exposure to see if this helps? No swimming or showering in cold water please. ...Read more
Why do I get a toothache whenever I eat something cold, like ice cream, or drink a hot beverage? This never used to happen but has been getting worse for a while now. Do teeth get more sensitive as we get older?
If you are getting lingering pain to hot and cold stimuli, then you have a pulpitis, or inflamation of the pulp of a tooth. This would necessitate a root canal on the offending tooth.
As we get older, we may get more decay, fillings, crowns etc on a tooth. All these cumulative things traumatize the pulp and the result can be a pulpitis. ...Read more
OK: Don't know any medical reason to abstain. ...Read more
Noooooo!!: Ice cream is way too heavy to add to your daily meal plan. Unless you're literally having only a spoonful or two daily, you'd surely gain weight by eating ice cream every day. ...Read more
Sure: Go ahead and enjoy an ice cream. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how much you eat. Look at the label for suggestions and then adjust the dose to fit you. Trial and error. ...Read more
It depends. . .: It depends on what you mean by "little bit" and what type of diet you are trying to follow. If just cutting calories then certainly counting the calories of the ice cream you eat should be taken into consideration of your total daily allotment. If on a low glycemic index or low carb diet, even a little bit can throw you off due to the sugars. ...Read more
Is it true that some mild common colds can be cured by eating ice cream? Some people claim to have cured their colds by simply eating ice cream.
No cure for URI: I am not aware of anything in ice cream that would "cure" a common cold. That is a rhinovirus infection or other viral infection that typically needs to run its course in 5-7 days. That is one problem we still have no cure for at this time. There are many supportive therapies that make us feel better, but doesn't "cure" it. ...Read more
I just ate some ice cream and I started coughing. I do this a lot with other cold things such as smoothies, snow cones, and especially Rita's. Why?
Reflex-cough: The cold of the ice cream may activate hypersensitive cough receptors in some people. The cough receptors are found throughout your posterior pharyngeal area and the cold may stimulate them in your case. This is not uncommon and happens in many people. Some people with asthma for example will get exacerbations of their asthma in the cold weather. If it becomes a problem, see your Dr. Best wishes ...Read more
Heavy exercise: If you are a lumberjack or a competitive long-distance runner, you'll have no difficulty. Generally, eat sensibly, and only what you're truly hungry for. Nothing (not even ice cream) tastes as good as being trim and feeling healthy feels. ...Read more
Ice cream is fine: What interferes with fixed orthodontic treatment (braces) is hard, sticky foods, attempts to bite into some hard frozen ice treats would also be included in this list. Ice cream, however, is not normally served in such a state, and is therefore normally not included in a list of prohibited foods on orthodontic food lists. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Eat ice cream
- Can you eat ice cream before a colonoscopy?
- Can pregnant women eat coffee ice cream?
- Is it safe to eat ice cream during pregnancy?
- Can pregnant women eat ice cream?
- Is it ok to eat ice cream every day?
- Can i eat ice cream with pancreatitis?
- Can you eat ice cream with amoxicillin?
- Can pregnant women eat homemade ice cream?