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Every Time I Sneeze Or Cough I Feel Like I Am Gona Pass Out
I keep having a pain in my groin every time I sneeze or cough too hard. My gynecologist says its just ovulatory pain, but I have it all month long. Could I be pregnant?
Possibly.: The way you describe your symptoms sounds like an inguinal (groin) hernia to me. It's also possible you may be pregnant but i don't think you can link your symptoms to being pregnant or not. Your gynecologist would be in a good position to help you sort this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is a pain that has spread from my lower back to my ribs and side that hurts every time I sneeze/cough/yawn/stretch it.
Depends: chest pain has many causes and many implications. Some are minor and some can be life threatening. More information a complete history and physical is recommended by your doctor in person if you indeed have these symptoms. If severe pain going to an emergency room is suggested. Good luck ...Read more
I vaginally delivered 3 children. Last almost 3 years ago. I leak now every time I sneeze, cough, etc. How much is normal? When should I be worried?
Trial Kegel exercise: Urinary incontinence is common in women with hx of vaginal deliveries. Your symptoms describe stress incontinence. Initial treatment includes lifestyle modifications (weight loss) and pelvic floor muscle exercises. Do 3 sets of 8 -12 contractions sustained for 8 -10 seconds each, performed x3/day for 15 weeks. Advised to see GYN to rule out urinary tract infection, assess severity and next steps. ...Read more
Severe chest pain for over 6mo. Every time I sneeze my chest feels like it's about to burst. Bend over, inhale, cough hurts as well. Bruises afterward?
Chest wall problem: Hi. There is not enough information here to really guess at a cause. I wish we knew your age; that helps make some more or less likely. Your symptoms sound like some issue with the chest wall, which could include trauma, broken rib, costochondritis, pleuritis, etc, etc. It's been going on for 6 months...probably time to go see your doctor. ...Read more
I've had chronic cough 4 over 15 ys, with mucus every time I cough or even sneeze hard. Got worse recently, I sound like an old harmonica when I caugh?
See doctor: There are many potential causes for your problem but asthma and/or allergic rhinitis (hay fever) with or without sinus infection would be the 3 most likely ones. If you are a smoker, stop it immediately. If you are not, consider seeing an allergist. A lung function test is a must. Do note that most cases of chronic cough are caused by more than a single disease entity. ...Read more
Every time i cough or sneeze i'm unable to control my bladder & lose urine it's been goin on for bout 2 weeks now. Should i be concerned?
Stress incontinence: Stress incontinence has nothing to do with emotional stress. Rather, it is the stress of abdominal contraction with cough or sneeze where the increase in pressure in the abdomen overcomes the bladder sphincter, causing release of urine. For now, be sure not to close your mouth when you cough or sneeze (increases intaabdominal pressure but do cover your mouth). Go to ur dr for further workup. ...Read more
Sharp pains in left lower stomach. Gyno cleared me of female problems. Hurts sitting up and laying down, cough, sneeze, work out but not every time?
Colon: If there is no problem detected with your pelvic organs, that leaves the colon or abdominal muscles as the source of your discomfort. Could you be straining the muscles by exercises? Have you had a change in bowel pattern? An evaluation by a gastroenterologist may be beneficial for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
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