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Anything serious?


 

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Wow !!

Three exits of gas at the same time !!

The only thing I can think of that might be side effect is a strained muscle in the stomach/chest.....as I have done this on occasion

In fact...it's not unknown to crack a  rib when sneezing !!



It's also a possibility that one might wet oneself too !..ask any girly !!

 

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No worries !!...do you have any symptoms then stana !! ?


I am currently suffering from a muscle strain in my stomach/chest caused because of sneezing....after a few days of no sneezing the pain went.....today..I started sneezing again and I can actually feel that it has caused the pain in the first place....when you sneeze you really tighten everything and it's almost a trauma as it's such a quick outburst !!
 

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Like hiccups can be started by shock but then in some cases stopped in the same
or similar way through having a col drink. But you can have lengthy spells
of hiccups. Not something I had put up with yet !!!
Also if you yawn too hard then your jaws can stay open, It has happened to me once
and wow did it hurt loads. yes
 

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No worries !!...do you have any symptoms then stana !! ?


I am currently suffering from a muscle strain in my stomach/chest caused because of sneezing....after a few days of no sneezing the pain went.....today..I started sneezing again and I can actually feel that it has caused the pain in the first place....when you sneeze you really tighten everything and it's almost a trauma as it's such a quick outburst !!

Sorry you have injured your self again!!! You need to learn to sneeze differently kind Sir!
 

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Well, it would definitely have an effect on someone sitting next to you on the train!
 

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LOL LOL..certainly would!
 

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Like hiccups can be started by shock but then in some cases stopped in the same
or similar way through having a col drink. But you can have lengthy spells
of hiccups. Not something I had put up with yet !!!
Also if you yawn too hard then your jaws can stay open, It has happened to me once
and wow did it hurt loads. yes


I have done this too (twice) and it's the one thing I always am aware of when yawning now !!.....it's horrible !!
 

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Do you mean your jaw locks temperarally in that open position?
 

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Like hiccups can be started by shock but then in some cases stopped in the same
or similar way through having a col drink. But you can have lengthy spells
of hiccups. Not something I had put up with yet !!!
Also if you yawn too hard then your jaws can stay open, It has happened to me once
and wow did it hurt loads. yes


I have done this too (twice) and it's the one thing I always am aware of when yawning now !!.....it's horrible !!

Yes, Neil I agree it is painful and like you, I am also aware of when I yawn too.

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Do you mean your jaw locks temperarally in that open position?

Karen yes that is what has happened to me, but I can't speak for Neil
 

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Sounds Horrible!
 

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Yes Karen...the jaw locks and it's really horrible because in addition to the pain you think you're going to break your jaw bone !!..arrgggggghhh !!!
 

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How did you finally get it out...and did it hurt bad when you did?
 

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How did you finally get it out...and did it hurt bad when you did?

It only lasts a few seconds (seemed like forever though)...I just kind of widened my grin..opened my mouth wider !.... if you can imagine such a thing and slowly....the jaw closed...I think (I'm not too sure ).........I did it in a sideways motion as the jaw closed..NOT NICE !!! !!..........it was long ago and I have been careful to not repeat it !!

....to be honest this is a faint recollection...but I am pretty sure it is fairly accurate ....(hopefully there's no contradiction in terms there)
 

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Maybe the jaw hinge(joint has a little slip spot like a pair of pliers or channel locks... and you opened it and it slipped into a dip in the joint or slightly dislocated it and then opening wider released the thing like pliers!
 

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Pretty damaging to the ozone layer apparently
 

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"Anything serious?"
Well, it would probably seriously impress a five year old.
 

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"Anything serious?"
Well, it would probably seriously impress a five year old.

Love it!! LOL
 

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