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Why I Am Sneezing A Lot
Allergies?: Honestly, get out the textbook and start looking at the hundreds of causes of sneezing. You aren't going to get an accurate answer to that question here without providing some more details like for how long, what makes it better? Or worse? Any associated symotoms, what remedies have you tried, has this ever happened before. How many cats do you own, where do you live, what is your job, meds, etc. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Sneezing is the nasal response to an irritation (smoke, perfume, chemicals) or allergen in the nose (dust, pollen, animal dander, mold). It can also occur with infections such as the common cold. An allergist can assist in identifying the cause of sneezing and find an appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Indoor allergies: Sneezing is a common symptom of allergies as well as congestion and runny nose. The common allergies indoors can include dust mite (in pillows, mattress, box springs, upholstered furniture, drapes, carpet), , feather pillows, indoor pets, and indoor mold. Also irritants such as candles, air fresheners, and smoke can trigger sneezing. ...Read more
Hi dr I am taking 10 mg rovista since 2 month n vitabiotics cardioace., but nowadays I am sneezing a lot. Give me some tips how to overcome this proble?
My left ear is ringing & stopped up. I am sneezing a lot. When I blow my nose the mucous is clear. What can I do to unclog my ear & stop sneezing?
Rhinitis: You are sneezing because your nose is irritated by something. This could be allergens in your environment. One common allergen in the bedroom would be dust mites or pet dander. Look in your environment for any other potential allergens or irritants and try to eliminate them. ...Read more
Allergies.: There's a chance you're allergic to something in your home. Could be mold buildup in central air ducts. Could be a pet. Or dust mites. Allergy testing may help you to pinpoint that to which you're allergic. ...Read more
Me and my husband both have been working in dusty garage, since then we (and cat) have been sneezing a lot. Why?
Dust: Sneezing is a defense mechanism for your (and your cat's) to keep dust and other irritants out. Its mostly your nose that triggers it, and the sneezing will typically go away when your nose is happy again. Try using tissue to blow your nose. ...Read more
My husband sneezed on friday and he got a pain on he's back when it happens. Since then he has a lot of pain and can't walk and have a lot of pain.
Pulled muscle: He has pulled a muscle in his neck. It hurts now when he moves try a cold ice pack for 20 mins then a warm compress for 20 mins. Rest it for 20 mins then repeat the process while awake. Try Motrin 800 mg 3 times a day for the next few days. The pain should resolve in a few days. Good luck. Feel better. ...Read more
Sneezing/headache: May be season allergy causing both. If no history of allergy, get general exam. ...Read more
Allergic bedroom: She may be allergic to something in her bedroom, such as stuffed animals, feather pillows, dust, mold see an allergist for further help. ...Read more
Depends: If you are bothered by the sneezing, treat it. ...Read more
My 7week old baby has a cold and she coughs till she chokes. She also sneezes a lot. Why is this?
Clear airway: The sneezing and coughing is the way your baby gets the mucus out of her nose and out of her chest. The mucus itself is part of the bodies way to defend itself against the attack from either a viral or bacterial infection. By patting the baby's back and using a bulb syringe to help clear the nose, you can make things easier for her. ...Read more
Why would my cousin be allergic to my cat when he was never allergic to cats in the past? He sneezes a lot.
Allergies change: Adults change their allergies on average every seven years. Just because you have been allergic to something does not mean that you always will be, and new allergies can happen. ...Read more
Hello dr, I daily sneeze a lot. In winters I start sneezing as soon as I wake up. Its being from childhood days. Basic detail male24 70kg from india.?
Sneezing: Most likely you have allergic rhinitis. The treatment includes nasal spray (steroids or antihistaminic), some patients may need a daily night time pill, and sometimes a decongestant or a systemic antihistaminic for a short period of time. The nasal spray helps with time and on the long run. If you sneeze in some places more than others you may have specific allergies. ...Read more
Very much possible: If that is really bothersome try to avoid exposure to cats as much as you can, if you can't or symptoms get worse check with an allergist/immunologist, for evaluation and a? Allergy testing, look at aaaai. Org or acaai. Org for an allergist in your area ...Read more
Sneezing: Sneezing is a motor reflex generated from branches of the trigeminal nerve due to inflammatory neuropeptides such as substance p, neurokinin a and others that are the result of inflammation from allergic and irritant triggers. The sneezing is the body's reflex mechanism to expel mucus and foreign material from the nose. ...Read more
Irritant: Bleach is not a recognized allergen. Most likely this type of reaction is more of an irritant reaction. ...Read more
I'm concerned because the morning most of the time I sneeze a lot. Does this have something to do with allergies?
It could: Morning symptoms of sneezing, nasal congestion or runny nose could point to an indoor allergy (bedroom) such as dust mite, pet dander, feather pillow/comforter or even indoor mold. An allergist can assist by skin testing to identify the trigger then develop a treatment plan just for you. ...Read more
I sneeze a lot everytime I am in my class. I suspect I might be allergic to something in the class. What should I do?
Why do babies sneeze a lot? My 3month old baby sneezes a lot she is not sick sea eats normal but she sneezes and coughs almost every day.
Air pollution: A newborn will react with cough and sneezing when any irritant triggers the response. This is commonly things as simple as a woman's perfume, fragrances from a plug in or freshly laundered linen, smoke, dust, etc. If you can smell it it can make baby sneeze. Regular rinsing of the nose with saline will help. Avoiding all the air pollutants can help a lot. ...Read more
Very often, when I'm eating/finishing a meal I get stuffed up and/or sneeze a lot. Is that normal? It's like I"m allergic to everything I eat.
I sneezed this morning and brought up a lot of phlegm which contained blood. Should I get this checked. I don't have a cough or any other symtoms?
My 2 wk old had 2 little coughs this morning but seems fine. She sneezes a lot & is a bit congested. She will only cough a couple times a day. Normal?
Common: At this age it usually represents exposure to environmental irritants like fragrances, dust, cleaning fumes, etc. Not an illness. ...Read more