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Offline neilep

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Why does it hurt when you DON'T sneeze ?
« on: 21/11/2005 16:12:50 »
OUCH !!!

You know when you go to sneeze and you don't....sometimes I get the most awful pain in my nasal cavity when this happens ......anybody else experience this ?.......and do you know why ?....i feel it's a strain of some sort but clarification would be nice.

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« Last Edit: 21/11/2005 16:26:02 by neilep »


 

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Re: Why does it hurt when you DON'T sneeze ?
« Reply #1 on: 22/11/2005 10:17:44 »

Nasal muscles straining. It's much like when a woman gives birth.
Something is trying to come out.

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Re: Why does it hurt when you DON'T sneeze ?
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