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Tiny amount of blood after sneezing, through mouth. Brown in colour. Taking daily blood thinners, 21 years old, good blood pressure. Should I worry?
Bleeding: I do not know why you were taking blood thinners at 19 years of age I would suggest if they have been prescribed by physician you should see that doctor to make sure that what you were taking is in the right amount ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Can you catch another cold if you already have one? Sounds daft bt recovering frm one and walked past woman who sneezed (covered her mouth) bt worried
My fiance always sneezes through her mouth. Isn't the point of sneezing to clear nasal cavities? Should she try to start sneezing through her nose?
I had an explosive sneeze with closed mouth. I know it might sound funny but now my throat aches terribly. Is it possible I have damaged something?
Not funny: Most important to leave mouth open and sneeze into your bent elbow/shoulder area. This prevents tremendous forces in your sinuses. You may have strained your posterior pharyngeal (throat) muscles and soft palate muscles. You can also cause tremendous pressure on your eyes with this kind of sneeze. Give it some rest and see your MD if it does not improve in a few days. Good Luck. ...Read more
Believe allergic reaction to large qty of fertilizer itchy burn watery eyes. Dry mouth sneezing stuffy nose. Remedy?
Protect yourself: The remedy is to wear an appropriate mask while you're working with any chemicals. Also wear eye protection. Avoid contact for 5 to 7 days with anymore fertilizer. ...Read more
Proper sneeze: Everyone has their own sneeze. Some are primarily from the nose, others the mouth, still others both. Ultimately, the proper sneeze is the one that successfully removes/resolves the irritant that prompted the sneeze in the first place. If it works, don't change it. Don't stifle it (that can hurt), and remember to cover up. ...Read more
What could cause little specks of blood when I sneeze and cough from mouth? Could this be back of nasal passage? I have no blood from nostrils?
Congestion: Sometimes with hard sneeze mild capillary can break or sometime sinus infection can give little blood. ...Read more
2 weeks old throwing up through mouth & nose, sneezing & coughing, sounds very congested during feedings & sometimes turns red & chokes during feeding?
See your doctor: First thing to make sure of is that you are not overfeeding the baby. A newborn has a stomach that in the average holds less than 1oz of fluid. You may want to try backing off on the amount of feeding to get better tolerance and less vomiting. If that is mot working, go see your pediatrician to see what might be wrong ...Read more
Continues cough and cold, throat problem, not sewere cough, mucous coming out through mouth while sneezing, body heating up?
Viral RTI: TLC and if not improving see the doctor. ...Read more
I had blood in spit from mouth after sneezing. No cause found. I got a chest xray. But I am still worried about lung cancer?
You are very, very unlikely to have lung cancer. Stop worrying about one episode of blood in spit.
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Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
I had blood from mouth after sneezing? Is it normal? I got a chest x ray and sputum cytology. Is that sufficient to rule out lung cancer?
Lung Cancer unlikely: You are too young to have lung Cancer. I would advise you to follow up with your doctor as to how he/she should monitor you further. It will partly depend on your future symptoms. If there is any more coughing with blood, then additional testing would be necessary. Otherwise you should do fine. But do not smoke! ...Read more
I had blood in spit from mouth after sneezing. No cause found. I got a chest xray. But I am still worried about lung cancer. Should I be worried?
No: This was a small blood vessel burst in the nasopharynx. Be thankful for good health. ...Read more
I had blood in spit from mouth after sneezing. No cause found. I got a chest xray. But I am still worried about lung cancer? Is the worry justified?
Runny nose sore throat sneezing orange roof of mouth, 2 pea sized bumps right back side of neck - lower left, tonsil stone, flesh bumps back of throat?
Bad breath: Try a mouth wash and brush your tongue when you brush you teeth. You can also try a tongue rake that can be bought at the pharmacy. The bacteria on the back of the tongue can give the bad odor. If it persists see your dentist or ent. Sometimes isolated fungal infections can exist that need an antifungal medication. Good health to you! ...Read more
Is it normal that I sneezed today & I found on the tissue a dot of blood (from the mouth). Is it dangerous or could be normal?
If it is an: Isolated episode, I would not be concerned. Probably a little bit of blood from irritation. If it persists, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
Is there a good chance I'll get sick with a cold if my roommate is sick and he doesn't cover his mouth when he coughs/sneezes?
Yes there is a good chance.
Politely tell him to cover his mouth when he coughs and/or sneezes. ...Read more
For what length of time do cold germs stay in the air from a sneeze if the person covered their mouth?
Virus: I do not know the exact period of time that droplets can remain suspended in the air, however some common cold viruses can live on inanimate surfaces for several hours. When someone covers their cough with their hand, the virus can remain infective on hands for at least two hours (if not washed off). ...Read more
I sneezed with food in my mouth yesterday and ever since, I feel pain in my middle ribcage area, when I move. No pain when stationary. What is this?
Depends: If he only has an allergic issue, you will not get sick from them. Even if he has a viral infection, the risk is not a 100%. ...Read more
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Why do we sneeze?? And what happens if instead of sneezing out of our nose we do it outta the mouth?
Sneeze: Sometimes people sneeze in reaction to allergies or environmental allergen exposure. And sneezing through your mouth is acceptable ...Read more
When i, and other people I've asked, sneeze, its always through the mouth. This happens naturally, as part of the reflex. This is normal, right?
I sneezed and instead of coming out of my nose it went into my mouth and caused me to horribly scrape my tonsils and it hurt quite a bit. Bad?
Should heal: You can try warm salt water gargles. ...Read more
Myriad causes: There are so many possible causes: infection, trauma, bleeding disorders. Have you had nosebleeds? Have you been exposed to tuberculosis? Are there other symptoms? It sounds like you need a good overall check-up and possible specialty care if an issue can't be easily found. ...Read more