Sneeze nerve

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Avatar n tn When I sneeze I often experience a sharp tingling/burning sensation from my shoulders to my pinky fingers. It feels like someone is pulling the fibers of my muscles apart like string cheese. My best guess is that I am pinching a nerve, what, if any adjustments would you recommend.
Avatar f tn Now each time you sneeze, the same area/ 'local-nerve-system' (so to say) is getting stimulated and you get the headache. The medical expert you have to see is a neurologist, neurosurgeon or cervical spine surgeon or orthopedic surgeon, whoever is interested in cervicogenic headache. Until then try to giving some rest to the neck (?!), and hold your head with both your hands while coughing or sneezing so that it doesn't 'shake-up' your neck. Hope this helps!
Avatar f tn I've been sneezing a lot today and I am in agony when I sneeze. Does this sound like a pinched nerve? And should it go away on its own?
Avatar f tn I'm 29years old. Just this inability to sneeze is bugging me. Read somewhere that it could be a damaged nerve which can take a long time to heal....and asked to eat super foods like Rasberries, blue berries, carrots and drink green tea with ginger as they help in nerve repair. Anyways, this issue does seem harmless as I read that people have gone years without sneezing and no one seems to know why !! Any advice would be helpful.....
Avatar n tn Hi, Your complaints do indicate nerve damage (ulnar nerve involvement). See a neurologist.
Avatar m tn I have had left sided pain that feels like in my lung only wheen I sneeze. It has been over a month. I have had basic blood work, chest xray PA and Lateral, EKG told all was fine with these. I am taking anti inflam matory medication from the doctor. I would appreciate any thoughts or ideas. Concerned that something is getting overlooked?
Avatar n tn Often I encounter intense pain, especially in my upper arms and elbows, immediately following a sneeze. Sometimes to the point that it incapacitates my arms and am unable to move or extend my arms for approx 10 seconds. The pain feels like it's coming from the center of my bones. My 13 year old son also has experienced the same phenomenon. My other 2 sons have not. Please advise.
Avatar n tn After surgery it felt like my tail bone was broken and after 5 months when I blow my nose, cough or sneeze I have terrible pain going into my buttock and legs. This also happens when I bend over to the floor and especially when I pick up something while bending over. What is the cause of this problem?
Avatar n tn I frequently get the urge to sneeze and go Ahh but the Choo does not follow. I do, however, sneeze once in a while but usually I cannot. I last sneezed about 4 weeks ago but I have gone up to 10 weeks without sneezing at all. I used to sneeze regularly but most importantly when I had to sneeze I always sneezed. Now, the feeling of an imminent sneeze sends me into a panic knowing I will probably fail and be miserable and irritated while waiting for another chance to sneeze and feel normal again.
Avatar n tn I have nerve damage in my face. My left eye is slightly larger than the right. I do have vision in my left eye, although it is blurry and cannot be corrected. It will not blink, even when I sneeze. My left nostril is also not lined up with the right. Finally, the left side of my mouth will move, but makes my smile crooked. In other words, I have partial paralysis on the left side of my face.
Avatar f tn Nerve damage, or nerve pain? Two totally different things... Sciatic nerve pain is very common in pregnancy, but is generally self-limiting. I certainly suffer from sciatica during pregnancy. Nerve damage is permanent and becomes chronic. But it sounds to me like you are describing ligament pain, resulting from the stretching of abdominal ligaments.
Avatar n tn If you've had the nerve damage for 20 years, whatever nerve damage exists is probably permanent. I've been told that nerves heal at a rate of about 1/2 inch per month, so for the sciatic nerve, you are looking at up to 2 years for recovery. After that, what you have is what you have. Now, that assumes that your problem is entirely resulting from the nerve damage. I don't know what type of strengthening you've tried.
Avatar m tn I have been coughing now for one month but I am feeling this congestion in my lung for two and half months. Now the main problem is ....whenever I cough or sneeze..... the net moment I get severe pain traveling through the nerves and arteries of my both arms and they reach towards the finger tips of both my arms. I feel like I am dying in severe pain inside my arteries inside both my arms. i cant stand this pain its too severe ad lasts for about an hour, then slowly reduces but does not go away.
Avatar f tn Had second surgery to kill the nerves on that spot last year ,had no pain for 8 months,then it returned again. I received a nerve block ,physio therapy, and still got pain more them ever. cannot sit ,sneeze ,cough, and bend down .I am a bit over wighed 73 kilo ,5"2.Live on painkillers and the doctor tells me there is nothing they can do for me .Please is there anyone who could help me find some answer for my problem ? Thank you .
Avatar m tn Will that give a definitive answer as to whether it is a nerve or not? If it is a nerve, how is that fixed? Most of the time the pain is like a mild pinch, never really confined to one spot in particular, but I've noticed it in the head often. I also have some serious burning sensations (100% sure no STD), which don't happen often at all, but when they do it is very painful and sends me into a panic. The worst episode lasted 15-20 mins. What can I do in the meantime to alleviate the pain?
Avatar f tn And allergies have been making it worse for me because every time I cough or sneeze the pain sharpens! HATE IT! Thanks ladies.
Avatar n tn (gastrointestinal, severe headaches, dizziness) He was in an accident many years ago and has had ongoing neck pain and headaches since, but none of the tests he has had done on his neck - MRI's and such - have shown any problems with the neck. I suggested a possible issue with the vagal nerve after doing some research myself. But now he has a new problem and I did not know if that could be connected to a vagus nerve issue or not. His new "symptom" is continuous sneezing.
Avatar n tn It is not from infection, and feels like a horrible burning sensation, like nerve damage. It is EXCRUCIATING to walk/apply any sort of pressure, so obviously I am walking as little as possible, which is not good. I'm on motrin and percocet, which are useless. I have tried ice/heat but it is no help, and the nurses at my OB practice say this is "normal". I have a pretty high threshold for pain, and this is bad enough it makes me cry.
1689801 tn?1333986916 Hi all, I would so want to hear from any of you having symptoms from the Vagus nerve. I do not see a lot about this here, so I am just wondering how much you all know. Last month I realised that I was having symptoms that all could be connected to the Vagus nerve. I had trouble sleeping one night like I had eaten late and was having stomach acid to 4am. I had not been eating since 8pm and was drinking water to try to ease this. I do not have GERD I went to the Gastro-doc to be 100% sure.
Avatar f tn However, for the past four weeks I have been experiencing pain in my upper back (in my shoulder blade) from an apparent pinched nerve. I am extremely miserable. I can barely move to do anything. When I sneeze, laugh, cry, I feel like I'm being stabbed in the said location and it radiates to my entire back and down my spine. I guess I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions to help my pain? I've taken extra strength Tylenol but that really didn't have any affect at all.
Avatar f tn I have been told that I had to wear glasses since the fifth grade because of the damage that was done to my optic nerves from the extremely high fever I ran (it broke the ends of two thermometers). I was also diagnosed with progressive nerve deafness in 1990. Also told that it was due to the damage done to my nerves by the high temp ran with the fever. I did have a C-section in 1984 and literally dozens of thyroid tests since then. All were normal and the doctors simply said it was just stress.
Avatar n tn Hi, 9th cranial nerve palsy is diseases of the 9th cranial (glossopharyngeal) nerve or its nuclei in the medulla. The nerve may be injured by diseases affecting the lower brain stem, floor of the posterior fossa, jugular foramen, or the nerve's extra cranial course. Clinical manifestations include loss of sensation from the pharynx, decreased salivation, and syncope.
1689801 tn?1333986916 Although all of the cranial nerves are important, one nerve deserves special attention. The vagus nerve (cranial nerve X) serves a much larger portion of the body than the others. It affects many body functions that are beyond conscious control. Branches of the vagus innervate muscles of the pharynx, larynx, respiratory tract, heart, esophagus, and parts of the abdominal viscera.
Avatar n tn Sounds to me like an obvious nerve problem but what/when/how? Could have been born w/ a nerve problem to inner ear & got worse as you aged. Coughing pulls on throat & eustachin tubes are there. They go over to middle ear to equalize pressure. The outer window is tympanic to release air. The other window is at inner ear & can only annoy it by ringing/tinnitis/cause pressure by inflammation. After many yrs, this becomes less patent or stiff.
Avatar n tn Diabetic nerve damage normally does not present itself on just one side of the body like this. Nor does it happen suddenly. This sounds more like a pinched nerve or something like this. You may want to ask your doctor to check it out, or perhaps you need to see a chiropractor to see if your sudden sneeze caused you to jerk some body parts out of their normal positions.
Avatar f tn I believe you have nerve compression in your neck that is aggravated by the pressure of a sneeze or a deep breath. I have experienced the same symptoms. I have a decent diet and no other issues that might cause this.
Avatar m tn I will sneeze every time, and if I need to egg the sneeze on, I will look right at the light until I sneeze. If I feel a sneeze coming on, I will either look at the sun or a bright light in a room. I rarely sneeze in a low light situation. My doctor thinks I am nuts, as does my opthamologist. However, my Mom did this (but not my Dad) and both of my daughters do it too. My Mom says that her Mom did it as well. It's very strong reflex and completely uncontrollable.
435139 tn?1255463991 Well, I know it is normal to get a pain when you cough/sneeze because I asked earlier and a lot of people said they had it too...Well, it happened again today when I coughed, soo bad I thought I was about to double over! My question is WHY does this it 'round ligament' pain?
Avatar m tn It all started when I rubbed my eyes in my mirror 2 years ago, and then my eyes started stinging really badly, and I found I couldn't sneeze for about 2 weeks. For about 2 years now, I have been experiencing an inability to sneeze naturally. The sneeze builds up, but it never completes. I reach the "Aah", but not the "Choo".