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Avatar f tn ok off i go to keep myself moving, it helps to do SOMETHING rather than sit!! im getting my hair done in a bit and i have no idea what to do!! ok im off like a prom dress!!
Avatar n tn A few years after I quit smoking, I began sneezing a lot. Most of the physicians I saw treated me for allergies. During the Guillain-Barre' illness, I was treated with massive doses of Hemagamagobulin and heavy doses of Prednisone. The sneezing ceased for almost 1 year. In the past 4 years the heaviness of sneezing has become detrimental to any quality of life due to the muscle pulling and spraining in the neck, back and arms.
Avatar n tn A few years after I quit smoking, I began sneezing a lot. Most of the physicians I saw treated me for allergies. During the Guillain-Barre' illness, I was treated with massive doses of Hemagamagobulin and heavy doses of Prednisone. The sneezing ceased for almost 1 year. In the past 4 years the heaviness of sneezing has become detrimental to any quality of life due to the muscle pulling and spraining in the neck, back and arms.
Avatar n tn I have had allergies and asthma all my life. When I have a sneezing/hay fever reaction, it's accompanied by the usual itching of palate and eyes, and my medications take care of it. But once or twice a month, I sneeze uncontrollably, hundreds of times, all day long, and nothing, not Allegra-D, not Claritin, not Benadryl, will stop it. And the weird thing is, this sneezing is NOT accompanied by the usual itching. When I have a "sneezing day," I am nonfunctional.
Avatar n tn I sneeze on the average of 30-40 times through out the day with congestion. This started about 1-1/2 months after I quit smoking a little over 3 years ago. I am a healthy 49 year old female, 5 ft tall - 120 lbs. I workout 5 days a week, and eat a healthy diet. The only drugs I am on is Prempro for menopause, and levothyroxine for thyroid.
Avatar f tn I am 35, am a diabetic type 2, have been a smoker (10-12 cig a day) for 10 ys, quit smoking a month back. I quit because I was getting bit of dull pain on my right upper front side of chest below the shoulder blade and chest felt bit heavy. But as I quit, I seem to feel more uncomfortable in the right upper part of chest every now and then. The pain is not terrible though and there are time when I don't feel it at all.
Avatar m tn ) Long story short - kidney stones - vicodin - dumb decision to go to methadone clinic - 90mg for last 5 years or so. 48 year old male. Oh, and I quit drinking at 21 after 3 three years of collegiate alcoholism... The first week wasn't not that bad. I did check myself into a detox, however didn't use the medication except valium a few nights. I was with about 25 other high/higher dose methadone patients.
Avatar n tn What your story reveals is that you have sensitive bronchi, which is often an inherited thing, and now that you have quit smoking, you should never resume smoking again. Good luck.
Avatar m tn I've always read about people have quit smoking and felt so much healthier, and I feel like since I've quit smoking I've simply opened another door of health concerns. Has anyone else experienced something like this? I've never had any sort of health issues that have onset so quickly and persisted for so long!
Avatar n tn Is that gonna give you 'peace of mind' that YOUR unborn child will 'possibly' be fine too and then that will only motivate you to keep popping pills and smoking? 'Trying to quit' is nothing less than NOT quitting smoking. It's just a way to justify the damage you are doing, not only to your lungs, but to your innocent baby, that has no say in this life yet.
Avatar n tn Everyone has a different experience with their quit and if you have ever quit before not every quit is going to be like the last one. Generally, the physical w/d last for 72 hours so I would say you are through it now. The fevers could be viral but you might want to have a doctor determine why you are having chest pains. Could you have bronchitis? I smoked fo 40 years and when I got 2 sinus infections, bronchitis and pleurisy I wasn't surprised.
6814174 tn?1385052560 I was never a daily user but when I did use I would smoke about a gram in 2-3 days. I know I can quit. I'm prescribed anxiety meds as well as a low dose of oxycodone currently by my OB so that has been helping me a great deal in kicking my H habit. My baby is perfectly healthy and once my withdrawals are over with I am 100% for sure not going back to drug use. I know I should not have waited this long but I'm doing it now and that's what matters.
Avatar n tn A few years after I quit smoking, I began sneezing a lot. Most of the physicians I saw treated me for allergies. During the Guillain-Barre' illness, I was treated with massive doses of Hemagamagobulin and heavy doses of Prednisone. The sneezing ceased for almost 1 year. In the past 4 years the heaviness of sneezing has become detrimental to any quality of life due to the muscle pulling and spraining in the neck, back and arms.
Avatar n tn A few years after I quit smoking, I began sneezing a lot. Most of the physicians I saw treated me for allergies. During the Guillain-Barre' illness, I was treated with massive doses of Hemagamagobulin and heavy doses of Prednisone. The sneezing ceased for almost 1 year. In the past 4 years the heaviness of sneezing has become detrimental to any quality of life due to the muscle pulling and spraining in the neck, back and arms.
Avatar f tn I also quit smoking a month ago and am using niccarette gum also taking meds for reflux , medimucil,
Avatar f tn Is this true? “ As for your allergies being worse since you quit smoking, I would be hesitant to assume there is a connection between the two. That would be unlikely. It could be that this is just an especially bad year for seasonal, inhaled allergens. And, yes it is highly likely that smoking can worsen sinus disease. The benefits of smoking cessation are just too great for you to go back to smoking, whatever you believe that benefit might be.
Avatar n tn You didn't happen to stop smoking recently along with the Norco quit, did you? Congrats to you on 40 days!
Avatar m tn I quit smoking cold turkey so I known I can do this my father was an alcolic and I said nothing will control me the way it did him. The only bad thing I haven't quit is coffee I quit cokes, cig, all the pain meds but when will the withdraws stop they are worst than the flu the sneezing coughing chest is so sore snizzing trying not spray everyone. the craps I am not going to start back under any reason I am tired of all the meds.
Avatar f tn So far so good,maybe the comfort of knowing I have them will be enough to help me stop,when I quit smoking I carried a pack with me forever,I'm feeling ok sneezing like crazy..little nervous,cold chills but the real test is the night time leg kicking ..feel so bad for the hubby I've been sleeping on the couch so I don't kick him to death.
Avatar f tn I have known people to quit smoking and then have bronchitis or other irritations as their body gets used to not smoking. In the end all of this should calm down. I would avoid foods that cause inflammation, such as sugary drinks and dairy. Instead try almond milk or other nondairy milk. Also try drnking hot tea with mint as it is an antiinflammatory. Also eat lots of vegetables and greens for the same reason. Chicken soup may be soothing. Hang in there.
Avatar n tn I suffered from ragweed allergies in october,2006 , i was sneezing and cough most of the days for a whole month. My symptoms went away but left me breathless. I dont sneeze or cough anymore the only peoblem i have is shrotness of breath and occasional chest pain. my doctor told me i have postnasal drip which is hyperinflating my lungs. Could i have emphysema or COPD . i smoked for 2 year in my life and quit last year.. I am only 21 and very worried..
Avatar f tn Many people say they have a cough after quitting CT. I did a taper when I finally quit and I had no problem with a cough or breathing. (but I did with sneezing!..that has finally died down.) I do not have asthma, but I do have asthma symptoms (from years of smoking.
Avatar n tn I am a 50 year old female who quit smoking when I was 15 years old. I am slightly allergic to dust, mold & pollen but not enough to take anything for it unless I get a sinus headache. I have not been sneezing lately & no coughing.
Avatar f tn I don't know what his daily habits are, since I'm not there, but I know he does drink. And he's trying to quit smoking by using a vape pen. Please help me to know if I should insist he go to the doctor, He has no insurance so he would need to know it sounds serious. Thank you.
Avatar f tn I used to complain about my cigarettes getting stale and my doctor at that time used to say to me , jokingly, either become a serious smoker or quit. So I quit smoking and that was more than twenty years ago. Now the smell of cigarettes makes me cough because I have asthma. Glad to hear you no longer want to date a man that smokes. Smoking is so bad for you and as I mentioned before studies show now that second hand smoke is just as damaging to your lungs.
Avatar f tn Now I also mentioned that throughout this process I quit smoking too. I don't know if maybe this is a reason y but I cannot stop sneezing! Like really I sneeze a good 30x's a day could that be from quitting smoking? Or I it coming straight from the sub detox? I've been sleeping ok I go to bed around 10-10:30 and wake up around 4:30 I'll take that. Hopefully I'll get back to my 8 hrs soon I've always been big on sleep ;).
Avatar n tn Very sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, no fever, no runny nose at least presently, some sneezing. I have had about a dozen of these episodes in my life. It's always the same thing the strep test is either negative or inconclusive but I get prescribed antibiotics and the spots clear up in a day or two and everything is fine. I'm 38 and have had throat and ear problems forever.
544292 tn?1268886268 You can quit tramadol. You can stop. You can recover. I believe in you!
425189 tn?1210473855 Hi Vinny and yes, everyone's quit is different. I'm sure you are relieved to find all of those test came out normal and yet you are still lightheaded/dizzy. Perhaps an E.N.T. can figure it out. When I quit I had a cold for the following 4 months : ) Sinus infections (that could cause dizziness also) and constant sneezing/runny nose. Of course, I was told that this had nothing to do with my quit. So maybe it is coincidental for you too : ) The more I think about it, do try the ENT.
Avatar f tn Hydrocodone suppresses coughs so yes it can mask a cough..