Sneezing quitting smoking

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Avatar f tn has this happened to anyone else, simply from quitting smoking. I've had other symptoms, insomnia, irritability, and the like. But, the lung pain is really bothering me. Especially now that I can feel it in my back. Is it normal to have this kind of discomfort from quitting smoking? Is my anxiety making it worse? I'm a bit worried. thanks a bunch!
Avatar m tn I don't know if quitting smoking has anything to do with this extreme change in my sinuses and nasal congestion but, I can not take it any longer ! Is there anyone who has a legitimate explanation or answer for me ?
Avatar m tn It's been 2 months off Methadone and I'm still sneezing 100 times a day. Also, my feet are constantly freezing. Anyone know why or experienced the same thing?
Avatar m tn Also why when you get off tylenol 1's do I have an INSANE caught when I smoke, is it just me, or does this actually happen, when I an on them I get no caught when I an tapering or cutting out terrible caught while smoking, and I tend to smoke more when I am tapering off, but I seriously want out, Im done, 40 today 0 tomorrow, and for the rest of my life, I just hope I can still save myself.
Avatar f tn So far I feel tired, achy and lots of sneezing but that's about it. No GI symptoms yet. Maybe I didn't take enough to get those. I do feel down and really miss my sense of well being. I also take Zoloft 50mg/day which I was put on during cancer tx. I have 3 young kids and don't want to be grumpy with them. When on norco. I'm a very happy mama.
Avatar f tn My mom was just diagnosed with lung cancer (smoked 40 years). Makes all those wonderful "after meals", "socializing", "I am bored" "I am lonely" etc etc cigarettes quite a bit less appealing. I quit a few years back when I realized I was just smoking because I was feeling bad about myself and didn't really CARE enough about myself. Copped a new attitude and quit. It wasn't really THAT hard when I look back.
Avatar m tn Had some classic wd during the tapering...had the runs..couldnt sleep..restless limbs..yawning..sneezing..panic..and the WORST is so TIRED!! The ANXIETY is out of control. Luckily, I can take time off work(although Id like to go back soon), unfortunately my job is strictly a sales field where to make $, the more ppl I interact with the more I make. I feel I would die to go back now. When will this subside?? I am a 30 yr old female. I guess my question...
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 I really had no idea that all of this would happen from quitting smoking. Believe it or not, through all of this I haven't craved or wanted a ciggerete at all. WOOHOO!! My only worry is how long am I going to feel like this???
Avatar m tn It can also be due to a bad gastric reflux caused by gastritis secondary to smoking. So, the only permanent cure is quitting smoking. However, you can consult your doctor to diagnose whether it is the post nasal drip or reflux which causes your problem—treatment will depend on the cause. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
Avatar m tn *ADDITIONAL INFO: I have been sneezing excessively for a couple of weeks, due to allergies i believe
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 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 f tn I am on day 4 myself. I am doing ok...but the first 48 hours were no joke. The worst thing for me was the RLS and the general lack of energy. Epsom salt baths are a miracle too is hydration. I literally never stop drinking water; which includes Mineral water. I have no appetite or motivation, but it is better than the alternative. Also, like smoking ads...don't quit, quitting. I have been "quitting" for 3 months now...going further each time.
Avatar m tn This all also coincided with quitting smoking (I'm 28 - smoked on and off for about 9 years.) I was having terrible post-nasal drip and a constant feeling of junk in the back of my throat. The cough is bad on some days and then I'll have days where I barely cough at all.
Avatar n tn I've enjoyed less coughing and sneezing and my Asthma has got better since substituting about 50% of real cigarettes with E-Cig's These things deliver nicotine via an atomizer as you suck on the end of the cigarette-looking device.
Avatar m tn Congratulation! Don't give in to the head! I remember these games from quitting smoking. They are there and the mind will give you all kinds of reasons and excuses that it is OK to have just one! But don't listen to it! It's just your body that have corrupted your mind to do this to you! "Don't give in to the dark side...
1435456 tn?1314678259 As Andrew mentioned I'm not doing all that well. I was doing pretty darn good until the last 48 hrs or so. I've been sneezing, more & more violently each passing day, for the past 31 days. I knew that was a somewhat normal WD symptom but I also knew that it had to end soon. Well, something happened and my sinus cavities have finally given up. My bippee is fine but my schnozz has gone south big-time.
425189 tn?1210473855 ) 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. I'm happy to hear that you are so positive about your quit, way to go : ) It is so important to stay that way and I know you will have every success : ) Keep posting nd let us know how it's going and how you are doing : ) Keep it up!
Avatar f tn You need to tell him that you are serious about quitting and if he is serious about helping you then he needs to either put the pills under lock and key, or better yet, quit himself. I remember the days of tearing the house apart convinced that there were hidden pills somewhere, and it always led to a relapse. Continue to post how you are feeling and just remember to be strong. Good luck hon!!
Avatar m tn I cant go to a professional cause i cant afford it and i dont want my family to find out about this. I have also been smoking weed for the past 5 years or so and decided to quit that too. I really want to take back my life.
Avatar m tn I really depends on your body, along with the other dependencies you are planning on quitting. Personally, if it were me, I would wait to quit smoking, so you can successfully quit the other 2. Then work on the smoking.. Anyone else agree with this???
535822 tn?1443980380 Would you have a suggestion for an altenative to the OTC meds Benedryl, zyrtec etc they have side effects on me , I have had bad allergies this year more than I have ever done, sneezing, nose drip, worst of all continuus sore itchy eyes ,I have moved in the a rural area and I am surrounded by trees so I know the cause ,but dont know how to get some relief.We are in well over 100 dgree heat at presant and that doesnt help. What Herb or alternative med would give me a bit of relief, ..Thanks ....
Avatar n tn I have decided to go through withdrawals and wean myself off of this drug. I also am quitting smoking at the same time. I am only taking 75mg per day and hopefully next week will be able to only take 50mg. The days are a little better, but I am soooo fatigued at night. I go to bed now sometimes at 8:00p.m. even after napping for 2-3 hours per day.
Avatar n tn My brothers girlfriend smokes when shes pregnant and I have to say that there is nothing more unattractive than a pregnant woman smoking. ICK ! When I am smoking I DO NOT smoke in my house, I can not stand that smell on my walls or in my furniture or in my kids clothes. I will smoke in my car but only if I'm in a situation where the windows can be rolled down, which means no kids in the car. We would also sit at the Non smoking section in a restaurant.
1446003 tn?1284509211 My work wont let me return to work till the Doctor clears me to 100% full duty. From June to now(September) I gained a little over 40 pounds( I feel this is from the quitting smoking for the surgery).. I have been slightly active since the surgery(only what the doctor ordered, not what I was used to). I have lost most of my appetite. I only eat a very light lunch, and a light dinner now and still gaining the weight.
Avatar m tn Hello all - In early December of 2010, I developed a mild cough just after quitting smoking (28 years old, in good overall health prior to this situation, smoker for 9 years), along with very noticeable post-nasal drip, sneezing and mild chest discomfort. No fever, weight loss, and sputum is clear. My story goes like this.... 12.7.10 - Visit with PCP, who said it's probably a virus and to come back if the cough did not subside. 12.15.
Avatar n tn I have followed your story from the begining and was amazed you also took on the task of quitting smoking. I remember your first days and how hard you struggled. I think anyone could tell that you were doing this for your twins and baby-to-be. I couldn't wait till you told everyone about your wife's ultrasound....(I was in cyberspace waiting to hear if someone I don't know is having twins) and was so happy when you gave the answer. Your wife must be so proud of you and she is a very lucky woman!
5068867 tn?1363127855 I am getting slightly better every day but this probably has a lot to do with quitting smoking. When I look back I've had similar problems for last 10 years but not so intense I suppose. I had anxiety disorder which is now under control but for 3 or 4 years I was on zoloft therapy.