Man, I thought it was only me!
I sneeze at least 3 times at once!
I sneeze all day long.
I do not have allergies to ANYTHING, so I guess it's WD's
Oh, about my husband driving naked:
He had back surgery, so I was sleeping in the other bedroom.
When I got up to check on him, he was NAKED lying across the bed. I then found BOTH back doors WIDE open. When I went to get in my car later that day, my seat was waaay back. I KNOW he hadn't been driving because of Doc orders. SOMEONE pulled my drivers seat as far back as it would go. And I'm 5"3! Anyway, thank goodness he was not in an accident or pulled over. We live in a very small town & he would NEVER live it down. We still laugh about it to this day. And he freaks out over the Ambien commercials! LOL!
One unusual cause of sneezing is drug withdrawal from opiates. Opiates make up many different legal pain relievers, and several illegal drugs like heroin. If you have been taking opiates for a long period of time, you can have withdrawal symptoms once you stop taking them. These can include runny nose and sneezing that may be caused by nasal congestion. Some people appear to suffer from chronic runny nose, creating greater likelihood they will sneeze frequently. This suggests that the presence of extra mucus in the sinuses is more likely to provoke the sneeze reaction.
Oh my gosh, that was funny!!!!!!!! I have this mental picture of your cats climbing the curtains!! I needed a good laugh!! and yeah, I sneezed like crazy and yawned till I felt my jaws almost locking!!!!
OMG! And here I thought I was the only one..I thought maybe it was sinus. Pollen is getting really bad around here..And I can relate to the cats running in fear. If my Boston terrier is asleep (which he is most of the time) at first he would jump up and growl. They have about gotten used to it now. I guess I not so weird after all. Just what I needed a good laugh..Thanks everyone.
Im still sneezing on day 17 w/d but not the worst of my problems! I still have very little energy and getting out of bed in the morning just to get dressed is sometimes a up hill struggle. Does anyone know when I should even feel like housework!!! I am going out to work but it takes all my energy to sit at a desk all day, concentration coming back slowly. HELP! Just want to be normal again. whatever that is, I look at people walking by laughing and I want that to be me, Cant see forward right now! xxpinkyxx
Good grief YES, On my 23rd day and still sneezing my brains out. I still have low energy but it does get a little easier everyday. OH MY GOSH here they go again, 4 sneezes in a row. Wow,,,,,,,!!!!!!!!!!!Hang in there, I pace myself right now, I am going to start back doing Yoga and Pilates next week, been on the treadmill twice this week. WOW, thought I was going to die after 10 min. UGHHHHHHHH. I will survive, I think LOL
yep, i sneeze like crazy....5 or 6 or 7 sneezes at a time.....runny nose and some congestion as well.....but sneezing, definitely....my husband thinks it's the dust in the house.....ha! anyway, can't wait to be through this......best of luck to you! k.
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