Symptom: Sneezing

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Sneezing

Sneezing is an abrupt, involuntary expulsion of air through the nose.

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sneeze in morning ,when I get up for about an hour, and blow nose. and itchy roof of mouth.10/4/2015 at 02:30 PM
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Sometimes I will sneeze, no joke, like 40 times in a row. Usually it's in 'fits' of about 5-10 times. My nose itches so bad I find myself just rubbing my face uncontrollably, my hands shaking because it's so unbearable.8/7/2015 at 10:08 PM
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Once I start can take along time to stop. Can be triggered by red wine or champagne nose can look like a bulbous after a bad bout of sneezing!5/27/2013 at 08:30 PM
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Sometimes I get to squeezing and can't stop. It takes my breathe for a few seconds.7/9/2012 at 11:52 PM
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Again, don't have this all the time as I am usually dosed up on medicine...but yep, sneeze so much - usually rubbing nose continually....so red raw nostrils. Hence I now have permanent thread veins around base of nose. :o(4/10/2012 at 08:19 AM
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