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Why Do I Sneeze When I Cough I Just Started This
See a doctor: Web mds can't tell why you sneeze & cough at the same time because there are many reasons for coughing. Sneezing is a nasal reflex triggered by allergy, irritants & infections. Coughing may be due to sinusitis, postnasal drip, dry throat, irritated vocal cords, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, even hiatal hernia. Your doctor will get a complete history & perform a physical exam. Go see your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stress incontinence: Stress incontinence or unwanted leakage of urine with activity, strain, cough, etc. Is an unfortunately common problem for women as they age. More common after childbirth, it is commonly the result of decreased resistence in the urethra resulting in urine leakage when you don't want it. There are options for treatment, you should discuss this with your doctor who may refer you to urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chronic cough: I don't know why you have a chronic cough, but the cause of that is the cause of the phlegm. The most common causes of chronic cough (asthma, reflux, drugs) don't usually produce phlegm, but allergies with post nasal drip may. See your physician this week to see what is behind your cough. ...Read more
Nasal irritation: This suggests that you have significant irritation in your nose, making you susceptible to bleeding whenever you have any trauma to the nose, such as a blast of high-velocity air. Seeing an allergist or ENT will be the most helpful, but in the meantime, you can try moisturizing the nose with vitamin E oil, placed in the tip of the nose with the little finger or a cotton swab, at bedtime. ...Read more
Yes: Are you female? Young? Older? Have you had babies? All important information. In general, young healthy people do not leak urine with sneezing. This is caused stress incontinence and most typically affects older women who have had full term pregnancies. You might have a low grade infection, or weak pelvic floor muscles that can be strengthened via physical therapy. ...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
Reflex: Coughing increases your intra abdominal pressure, decreases the pressure in the chest when you breath in. Sometimes this induces reflux acid to come up into the esophagus. You may induce a gag reflex like this or from thick mucus. That types of spasms can be a part of a particular illness called pertussis that you could get checked for. ...Read more
I sneezed this morning, and while i was sneezing my chest started to hurt. I don't have problems breathing that i know of, but i haven't sneezed since?
Infection?: If you have had your cough for just a few days (less than 10) then you may have a viral infection such as a cold or bronchitis. Your stomach may hurt from using the muscles when you cough. It is also possible that you have pneumonia which is more serious. It can cause cough as well as stomach pain. See your doctor or urgent care for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hot?: Coughing involves not only muscle contraction but also straining, increasing pressure in the abdominal cavity and also forcing air out of the lungs. This may make you feel somewhat "flushed" or temporarily warm. Also, you may have a fever from your illness. Being sick even without fever sometimes makes patients feel warm or flushed, which is part of the immune response. ...Read more
I have had a bad cough for four days i cough so much when i breath eat n my eyes hurt when i cough wut should I do?
See a Doc: You might need an x-ray of your chest. You didn't say if you have had any fever which might indicate an infectious cause for the cough. You will also probably have your blood oxygen level checked. Unless you have some unusual other conditions which needs to be dealt with, treatment will probably be mostly cough suppressants and expectorants to help loosen up the secretions. ...Read more
Many factors: This is called stress incontinence. Many factors including age and prior surgeries. Usually difficult to find one definitive solution. Obviously, treat illness that is causing chronic coughing. Reduction in weight (if overweight). Reduce consumption of caffeine or alcohol. Talk to gyn dr about pelvic floor exercises. Plan frequent toilet trips. Google "stress incontinence" for more options. ...Read more
Stress incontinence: This is a common condition, but many women are embarassed to tell their docs. The muscles controlling the opening-tube (urethra--see pic) is weakened, often due to vaginal delivery and aging, and unable to squeez during laughing/sneezing which increases intra-abdominal pressure, thus causes leaking of urine. Doing kegel exercises to trenghten pelvic floor muscle may help. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
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