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What Would Happen If You Burp Snezze
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I believe...: I believe what you are referring to is the gastroenterologists "hat trick". A simultaneous event when a patient sneezes, burps and farts at the same time or in close and rapid succession. Rare, but gratifying when done. ...Read more
Coughing since 2 months now. Coughs r rough.. Irritating dry. Starts every time I yawn.. Burp.. Sneeze or hiccup. Please tell me a solution.
I have sharp pains in the right side of my abdominal area when I sneeze, hiccup, or burp. What could this be?
Chest pain near my heart about 3 weeks after having my appendix burst and removed. It hurts to lay down breathe deep cough sneeze burp?
Past three days I've been having pain below my left rib cage when I breathe, sneeze or burp. I've been taking Advil (ibuprofen) but its not helping.
I have mid back pain on my right side it gets allot worse when I rest and a sharp pain when I inhale or sneeze or burp trying to lye down in bed is im?
I held in a sneeze earlier today I felt and heard somthing pop on my lower right side and have been in extreme pain since and this happened?
Probably muscle: You probably tore a small muscle or pulled a muscle. It should heal within a week or so. If not see your doctor. ...Read more
I have this urge to sneeze all day i, get up to ahh and then it, won't come, out? What ia this as its happened 4 times today?
Allergies: This is quite common and is most likely due to allergies such as seasonal allergies. No worries... ...Read more
I'm suffering from cold nearly everyday. I sneeze continuously for around 5mins. How can I get this controlled? This happens on regular basis.
Allergies?: Constant cold symptoms and sneezing sounds like allergies. Have you tried an antihistamine. Consider fexofenadine (allegra) 180 mg tablet. Take 1/2 tablet up to twice daily. Is there something in your environment that you may have developed an allergy to? If so get rid of it. ...Read more
I have an inability to sneeze. The "Ah" happens, very strongly, but the "choo" never comes anymore. I used to be a MASSIVE sneezer. What's going on?
Unknown: I doubt anyone here can answer that question. ...Read more
Costochondritis: You have inflammation in the chest that hurts to sneeze or cough or breathe. As long as it is not a squeezing type of pain or associated with exertion you should be ok. Try some Motrin 600 or 800 mg three times a day and it should feel better in a few days. If you haven't had a complete physical at you age you should have one. Feel better! ...Read more
What if it happens only in the morning and its been happened for over a month. No blood though. Just green sticky mucus when I sneeze?
Nasal irritation: Often it is because of some form of nasal irritation, such as an allergy, cold or sensitivity. Sometimes there is a structural problem such as a deviated septum or sinus condition. Rarely there is a foreign body or growth causing the sneezing. If sneezing seems to be getting worse, one should see a doctor. ...Read more
Need oxygen.: A yawn satisfies the need of your body for oxygen in the short term. For example, when we're tired our breathing becomes shallow, and a yawn then gives us a big inhalation of oxygen to catch up. So in that moment, your body is sensing that it needs a little boost of oxygen, so your brain triggers a yawn. ...Read more
Rhino sinusitis: You could be having sinusitis with post nasal drip that causes cough and rhinitis causing sneezing. Are you allergic to dust, cat, dog, pollen. Regular neti pot can help wash off allergen. Otc Claritin or zyrtec can help. Reflux can cause dry cough that can take months to get better, a lot of dietaryodification and life style changes are required to control reflux. ...Read more
I'll assume that you are male from your question, but it doesn't change the answer.
This is an established event, though not much is known as to the cause. The most recent research suggests a cross talk of certain nerves that trigger the sneeze from orgasm or sexual thought.
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Individual variation: Sneezing patterns are variable - singlets, doublets, triplets - some people sneeze 6 or 8 times in a row. It depends on how long it takes your nose to stop reacting to whatever allergen or irritant triggered the sneeze reflex in the first place. ...Read more
Sneezing: Cigarette smoke is an irritant and it's quite toxic. Non-smokers, like your one-year-old, have very delicate linings of their noses, throats and lungs. The irritation of your smoke is causing the sneeze. It may continue as long as you smoke. My strong recommendation to you is to stop smoking around your child or even better, stop smoking altogether. You'll be living more healthy that way, too. ...Read more
Very Interesting!: Reflexive sneezing from hunger or sometimes nausea is not well described; however, similar reflexes do occur, such as sneezing from bright light or sexual arousal. The trigeminal nerve system regulates each of these areas, so one theory is that direct nerve stimulation causes the reflex and another theory is that a central "sneezing" center in the brainstem is responsible. ...Read more
Allergies?: One of the most common causes of a constant need to sneeze is an allergy. This is especially true if you sneeze several times in a row, rather than once but frequently. You might try one of the newer less sedating anti-histamines that are now available over the counter (but not a nose spray). If that doesn't help, see your doctor. ...Read more
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