Coughing when going to the bathroom

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Please make sure you recognize that this forum is for educational purposes only, and it does not substitute for a formal office visit with a doctor. Without the ability to examine and obtain a history, I can not tell you what the exact cause of the symptoms is. However I will try to provide you with some useful information. First of all, if you are not normally a headache person and you are now getting these headaches, I highly recommend that you be evaluated by a physician/neurologist.
I have taken everything from sore throat candy, to tea, to running the shower full heat and sit in the bathroom like a sauna, to gargling salt water, to taken the medicine they gave me at the clinic, to drinking a ton of water. And even drink hot honey lemonade even though lemonade isn't good for it. My throat really hurt and when I sallow it hurts as well, especially with the constant cough. It is only worse when I sleep as well. When I am awake it's less frequent, but still there.
I couldn't stop coughing the one day, and i was gasping for air while coughing and then I felt like I was going to vomit so I ran into the bathroom while i was coughing and i got there just in time because i did throw up. It is getting alot better tho, but i am weak and i am hoping that it will be gone by Monday, I am going stir crazy cooped up in the house. i hope you feel better.
None of them seem to relate to the closure of the windpipe and cant give me a straight answer when I ask them. Has anyone an answer or better still has anyone else had this problem.
The first time this happened I was in a car (as a passenger) when I tried to relax from coughing the next thing I knew was my friends shaking me and telling me I must have passed out(my eyes rolled back and i was biting down on my tounge). I remember the time frame and what I was doing but not what was going on around me. This has now occurred 3 other times when I could not suppress the cough. Can someone pass out from a coughing fit? Is it akin to hyperventilation?
I thought I might add, that it is getting harder to breath. I seem to have labored breathing (according to my boyfriend), it hurts when I breath so it is hard to just do it. Anyhow, I am just hoping there is some other way to help this, other then going to a clinic. If anybody has any ideas... i have tried a few things with honey (like in hot water, and in hot water with cinnamon), and honey in neo citron. So far with no luck. So if you have any ideas other then that...
If it seems that fluid is getting into one or both ears, try keeping the head less tilted (sideways), so that one nostril is just A TINY BIT higher than the other one. But still lean FORWARD over the sink, to prevent the fluid from going down the throat. If it is hard on my back to lean forward, I put a folded towel on the edge of the sink, put my left fore-arm on towel, to support my back, and then I lean forward over the sink.
I'd say maybe once or twice during the day do I have a really bad coughing jag and have to step to the side or go to the bathroom. I got a letter in the mail with my biopsy results. They said pretty much my (EE) isn't flaring up, that it is just my Acid Reflux and to continue taking Omeprazole twice a day 40 mg until further instructed by my doctor. ... grumble, grumble.
What happens in your husbands case is a strong resurgance of the parasympathetic system following orgasm leading to coughing. This could also cause slowing of the heart rate and an odd sensation in the chest. As to the cure I don't have any brillant ideas. Atropine blocks the parasympathetic system but this would not be very practical. Perhaps extending the foreplay or trying different positions (i.e.
She had a couple of small episodes that looked like mini seizures, which occured both after she finished going to the bathroom outside, and then walked inside the house. They last for 30 senconds, but then she was up and walking fine. While I am waiting for the results of the Tracheal Wash (which is taking too long!)...do you have any advice. I added a cool mist, and I am trying to make her comfortable.
hi, my mother has had a cough that just wont go away she went to the doctor and he said it was allergies but the medicine has done anything and her cough seems to go aways when she turns off the A/C in her house but when she goes anywhere else where there is A/C her cough starts up again. her eyes get blood shot and she get dry throat and can get that cough to go away she's been like this for a good 6 months now. she also tells me she get a sharp pain in the heel of her foot.
The MD told me it was due to nerves and then when the the third attack took place before his eyes the nurse wanted to suction my throat . He told her not to do it, while I struggled to regain my breath. I whooped and struggled for 10 seconds at least but slowly I regained my breath. He then Xrayed my throat and found it to be unobstructed. I had a fourth attack in the Xray room but i was able to spit the mucus out and regain breathing.
And the crazy part is the stool will be soft so I know it's not constipation. I dread going #2 because I never know when it is going to happen. I tried to talk to a doctor and he pretty much made fun of me and said I'm a woman and if I would poop everything once in a while I would not have troubles. Instead of taking the approach of asking what was going on how often or anything. Anyhow what should I do should I keep ignoring the pain or seek help and who should I see?
That seemed to work for a few days to releive it so it wasn't as bad, but it was still there. So when I returned to AL. I went tomy regular doctor. The nurse practiciner said I had an infection in my lungs and both ears. She gave me another inhaler and cough medicine. This worked for a few days as well. Then it came back worse then before. So she called in Endacof. and that doesn't work at all. I don't know what to do. Its been 2 months with no relief. I cough so hard I almost get sick.
-( but if you run your shower warm enough to create steam and sit in the bathroom for a little while it will help with the congestion. Just don't overheat!
My heart is broken he was my little buddy...don't wait to take your dog to the vet take them when anything changes.
Apparently fluid can seep from the back of the nose and go down the throat the brain reacts to stop the fluid going into the lungs which closes the voice box, this then stops you breathing, the brain then realises that the lungs arent working so wakes you up and that is why you wake up coughing and trying to get your breath, this is how it was explained to me. I have been told that it is not dangerous and that I will always wake up, it is just very stressfull.
Before I had my Gall Bladder out, it was normal for me to go to the bathroom (#2) twice a week. If something I eat that doesn't sit well, it only take 5-15 minutes for it to be in the toilet. Back in March of 2009, I went to dinner with my husband, and we had gone to the Olive Garden. I had ordered my food and they had brought us some salad. I had a few bites of my salad, and my stomach started gurgerling. By the time my food had gotten there, I ran straight to the bathroom.
I'm a limbolander (for anyone who doesn't know). In the morning, when I wake, my normal routine is to wake up fully and to use the bathroom (urinate). I don't normally have an urgency in the morning..I just have to go. I normally get stress incontinence from coughing, sneezing, etc..that kind of thing, but lately..this is getting on my nerves and there's no warning.
This is also why the ears are usually affected before the sinuses—it’s a direct line from your throat to the eustachian tubes, whereas you have to take right angled turn to reach the sinus passageways in the nose. You may now be asking, "but what about the fever and the chills?" Any sudden, or abrupt change in your sleep-breathing status can cause an autonomic nervous system imbalance that can bring about these same fevers, hot flashes, chills and sweating.
Your brain gets used to you supplying whatever it is you put in it, and then your brain quits making its own feel good chemicals to help you body overcome or adjust naturally to the pain. When you take away the substance, the brain and body goes into kind of a shock. 6 months is long enough to become dependent, so you will experience some withdraws. The severity is hard to determine based each persons tolerance levels.
I can have them on and off all day for no partcular reason but I can guarantee that as soon as I lie down to go to sleep they start and keep me awake. They used to be the worst when lying on my left side but now they start as soon as I lie down in any position. Thinking back over your messages while i am trying to get to sleep help me so much...thank you.
Even without the food going up the back of the throat, i sometimes get a similar feeling when I have hay fever, inhale chemicals or irritants. Maybe there is a connection with nasal rhinitis, which I also have.
My understanding is that you have a pigment layer in your retina that carries light through the retina and to the optic nerve. When I get my Central serous retinopathy, the centre section develops something similar to a blister. It disrupts the flow of this pigment, and makes it visible, especially when I blink or move my eyes from a dark area or a light area. Basically, the blistered area can;t keep up with the non-blistered area and so the dark or light lingers in the area of disruption.
Similar with the nerve pain happened to my daughter when around 15yrs old but after 3 different visits they got the novacaine to work finally. I had an eyelid that wouldn't open when I needed it to ... it was very scay to lose control over it .. turned out I had a very deep cavity in the molar on that side and shocking nerve pain like I've never felt in my life .. that terrible type you cannot explain but actually feel the metal from fillings in your mouth for mins afterwards.
Hi, I have noticed a build up in the sinuses over the last few months, I was blaming it on my occupation (painter and decorator) but then realised when we visited back home for the weekend that after being there only for about an hour the problem had completely gone. I have put it down completely to living in a city enviroment, pollution and being inland seems to exagerrate symtoms, back home is by the sea and the salty water smells so sweet. I just cant wait until we return home next year.
That is the reason for the pain after bending, laughing, coughing, going to the bathroom. That usually will not get better. I have not heard of anyone with a CSF obstruction get better on their own. Now, just because I haven't heard of anyone, doesn't mean they exist. They may be living a great life and not needing a support group. With that being said, if your symptoms are getting worse in frequency and intensity, AND Dr. Oro suggests the surgery, it may be something to consider.
In December, I probably bled for two weeks on and off, but there is a period when it gets quite heavy. Ironically, when it let off a bit I went to the bathroom one day and a large clot was expelled with very little blood. It is very upsetting. I kept having to go and get my HCG (?) levels checked once or twice a week for about a month just to be sure the hormone was leaving my body. I don't know if I should have had a DNC.
Seems that extra cheese on my pizza was not a good idea....I got to the bathroom, gave a sigh of relief when I saw that sign and proceeded to open the door. The door opened, I went to go inside and realized that this room was small, so small that even a standing person would have trouble navigating his or her way around in there! I was furious...I did make a suggestion to the owner in the most civil manner I could manage at the moment.
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