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Why Am I Constantly Sniffing
My partner constant nose blowing and sniffing every few second, t am ready to .............. Him. It starts as soon as he gets up .
Sounds allergic: Sounds allergic or inflammatory. Any relief with antihistamines? Has he seen an allergist or ent? Lots of options for treatment. ...Read more
Granddaughter has ongoing constant severe skin itching with sores scars and constant sniffing. Parents not taking symptoms seriously. Help!
Eczema: Since itching affects one's quality of life even more than pain, I suggest that you be proactive and get her to see an allergies. Given the presence of nasal symptoms, I am almost certain that this is from eczema. In the meanwhile, get the parents to apply moisturizer all over her body <3 mins after bathing. This neglect amounts to child abuse in my view. ...Read more
Can coughing, sneezing or long-term constant sniffing due to sinus drainage and habit cause optic nerve damage in glaucoma?
Glaucoma causes: Usually, the activities of daily living like you describe are NOT factors in the cause of glaucoma or the progression,severity, or treatment decisions.... FYI Cosopt is a drug and often has side effects..Have you asked about having the SLT glaucoma laser to replace the drops. Keep us posted. Dr.Sibley ...Read more
My almost 7 yo son has constant sniffing, throat clearing, and mouth stretching. His pedi has told me not to worry but its been over 6 months?
Could be allergies: Are causing his nasal drainage (which causes throat clearing). Environmental allergens (molds & dust are noticable during winter months, and you've seen his symptoms for 6 months), but foods can also cause similar symptoms. I often recommend the airfree purifier to eliminate mold, homeopathic mold and dust remedies, and if foods are the problem, eliminate wheat and dairy for 2 weeks then challenge. ...Read more
I have sniffing problem since long time. Specially when I get up I used to sniff 3-4 times and then I feel normal.?
See below: May be congestion that builds up during the night brought on by allergies or nasal dryness. Try using saline nasal spray/gel at bedtime to help clear congestion. Vaporizer can help alleviate dryness (clean regularly to prevent molds). Nighttime antihistamine like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) or zyrtec can help if allergies are the cause. ...Read more
Yes: Rubbing alcohol is a poison that should not be inhaled or consumed. It is to be used on the skin to clean a wound. It can cause severe metabolic problems and even death if ingested. Ethyl or drinking alcohol should also not be inhaled. The intoxication that occurs from its inhalation can also be fatal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im craving alchol comet and white out i csnt hold back from sniffing them can it be harmfull for baby ?
Be checked by doc: yes sniffing these items can be harmful if you are pregnant and even if you are not pregnant. Please go to see a physician to be tested for general chemistry and for levels of necessary substances, also see a psychiatrist or psychologist regarding your need to sniff. ...Read more
Really vet question: but I think cats are pretty smart and it is so good for humans I can't imagine it wouldn't be for her. May be distantly related to catnip...which incidentally also makes a good and healthy tea for humans. Obviously don't let her pig out on it until you see how it affects her. ...Read more
Fiancé tried getting clean Now on methadone and sniffing his lorazapan to get high what can I do!? He sleeps so deeply ALOT. Should I be concerned?
YES: you should be concerned. What he is doing is dangerous. You are in no position to help him at this point. He is in no position to be anyone's fiancee. He needs intensive care for chemical dependency and cannot be expected to be ready for marriage for at least a year or two. Meanwhile, you can best help him by attending a support group for those affected by a loved one's addiction and counseling for yourself. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Same as orally: Snorting (sniffing) tramadol is no different than taking orally. Tramadol is a unique analgesic drug with side effects: seizures, coma, difficulty breathing, hallucinations, heart attack. The risk may be increased if mixed with alcohol. Tramadol may cause withdrawal reactions if it has been used regularly for a long time or in high doses. ...Read more
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