Major sneezing fits with daughter....help please?

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wen4003
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   Posted 12/27/2007 7:57 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi everyone,
 
I usually post on the A/P, fibro and Bipolar boards, but my 13 year old daughter has a big problem with sneezing and I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions that may help her.
 
This is what happens:  when this happens she sneezes for at least an hour, one night it was 2 hours.  These are back to back and can't get a breath in between, she gets to the point of passing out.  I've had her in the ER twice in less than 3 weeks and may have to do it again this morning as she has already gone an hour.  We have her on Clariten-D, Benadryl, and Rhinocourt Aqua nasal spray.  We just had her in the ER this past Saturday night because she started shaking and losing feeling in her extremities, which had not happened before.
 
We will be seeing a specialist the end of January, but that is so far away.  What do I do for her in the meantime except give her the meds she's already on?  Any suggestions are welcomed.  It worries me so much and I can't do anything to help her.  Thank you in advance for any help received.
 
Wen

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Red_34
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   Posted 12/27/2007 9:11 AM (GMT -7)   
Have you tried giving her Nyquil? This is supposed to help with the sneezing. I know it can get quite painful if one sneezes repeatedly! Your poor daughter :( I'm sorry I can't be much help but hopefully when you take her to the specialist they can get to the bottom of it. A thought just popped in my head, does your daughter have a computer in her room or one that she uses in which she uses compressed air to spray off the keyboard? I've heard that the propellents in those things can cause much grief especially if one is sensitive to them. What about foods? Does her sneezing fits correlate to anything she eats on a regular basis?
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   Posted 12/27/2007 3:15 PM (GMT -7)   
No, actually I haven't tried the Nyquil - hadn't even thought of it.  She's on the prescriptions so I hadn't thought any OTC meds.  She hasn't complained of too much pain, but she does get the hiccups in the middle of all this.  The poor kid, I feel so bad because there isn't much I can do to help her.  No, she doesn't have a computer in her room.  I actually suspect it's because we have two dogs and a cat, so I'm trying to keep up with the shedding by vacuuming every day.  But it doesn't seem to help much.  I have noticed that she sneezes when she's sitting next to the animals so I'm trying to keep her from sitting with them, but she loves them and forgets until she starts the sneezing.  It doesn't seem to be related to anything she eats.  Oy - this isn't easy.  But hopefully we will get an answer and solution to this problem soon.
 
Thank you so much for the help.
 
Wen

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Red_34
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   Posted 12/27/2007 6:03 PM (GMT -7)   
So this specialist you are taking her to is an allergist? If she does have allergies (which is sounds like she does), I can give you a few tips to help ease her symptoms. Yes, by her avoiding the animals is a big thing but if she is anything like my daughter it will be easier said then done! If she won't avoid the animals, you can shampoo the animals in an allergy shampoo - this helps reduce the dander that animals produce which is the primary cause of allergies (that and their saliva). Vacuuming is good but it's not enough. After you vacuum, dust the house because vacuuming stirs up the animal dander, dust and whatnot that is in the carpet. This includes dusting any ceiling fans if you have any. You can also put cheesecloth over the vents to capture more allergens as well as putting a hypo allergenic filter on your furnace/air conditioner. If it's dry in your house, this will create more allergy symptoms so you should have a humidifier in her room at least. This "mats" down the allergens in the house and it doesn't let them float about. Encase her mattress in a hypo allergenic mattress cover as well as her pillows. These can usually be found online - not sure where though. I hope some of these tips can help your daughter - I hate seeing children miserable!


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   Posted 12/29/2007 8:05 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Sherry,
 
Yes we are taking her to see an allergist next month.  Hopefully we can get some answers as to what is causing it.  I have gotten rid of a hug braided rug that we had because it was full of dog hair even though it's been vacuumed many times.  You have given me many great suggestions, some of which I hadn't even given a thought - such as the cheesecloth in the vents and encasing her mattress and pillows.  We will definitely be doing those things to help her.  She has a humidifier in her room and as soon as we can afford it we will be getting a bigger humidifier for the main part of the house where she spends a lot of her time.
 
Thank you for all the suggestions Sherry, I appreciate them.  I know this is "only" sneezing, but when she goes for two hours and can't get enough of a breath and passes out, I worry about her, which doesn't help my anxiety level.  She had two episodes yesterday and I was exhausted last night by the time the 2nd one was over.  My regular doc doesn't even know what to suggest other than giving her Benadryl or taking her to the ER, which is going to be expensive.  After trying anything to help her, we have found that sticking her in a hot shower the steam seems to help her.  We've done this twice and she was able to stop after about 30-45 minutes. 
 
I will be sooooooo glad when we see the allergist.
 
Thanks again for your help Sherry.
 
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latina_chic84
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   Posted 12/29/2007 2:29 PM (GMT -7)   
When I was younger I used to sneeze like crazy probably not quite as bad as your daughter but it became a part of my everyday life. I would wake my family up in the morning with my sneezing attacks and I sneezed so much it drove my mom crazy lol. My eyes would also water so much it looked like I was crying. The only time i would stop is when I left the house.  I had a cat that stayed inside and other pets that came inside from time to time.  We would vaccume and everything but nothing seemed to help. When I moved 2 years ago we would not allow any pets into our home and removed all carpets in the house and wow what a difference. It was like my sneezing attacks cleared up imediately. If someone lets a cat inside now it takes about 5 mins before I start sneezing like crazy. I dont know if this is the case with your daughter...i'm not a professional or anything but its a thought. I hope all goes well with your daughter! 

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Red_34
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   Posted 12/29/2007 3:47 PM (GMT -7)   
Wen, there is sneezing and then there is SNEEZING. To say she only has sneezing is to say that when someone has a cold that they just have a stuffy nose! :) You're poor daughter...I never had such severe sneezing attacks that I couldn't breathe but I have had maybe 5 or 6 in a row and boy does that hurt! Sneezing takes alot out of you especially if it's done repeatedly. When you take her in for the specialist, please let us know what they have to say ok?
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   Posted 1/4/2008 12:14 PM (GMT -7)   
I want to thank you all for your concern and tips.  Sherry some of the tips I have already started doing and will be put the others into place this weekend.  We also had a large braided rug in the living room where she spends much of her time.  We took this out as I felt it was one of the culprits of her sneezing - the vacuum just wasn't get out all the dog hair (we have 2 dogs but
1 sheds  alot).  She hasn't stopped sneezing, but the severity of the attacks has been lessened.  During one of her more severe attacks, I actually counted how many times she sneezed - it was over 80 times and I couldn't get them all because she was sneezing so fast.  No wonder the poor thing couldn't breathe!!  We have also found that sticking her in a hot shower seems to help after awhile.  The steam must do something for her.
 
She saw an ENT on Tuesday for nose bleeds, because she was having a lot of them - yup this on top of the sneezing.  She had one nostril cauterized and she's still hurting from it - poor kid!  He wants her to see an allergist as soon as we can get her in.  He is going to send that recommendation to her PCP, but since I didn't know how long that would take, I decided to be proactive.  I called the PCP's office explained what was suggested and they made the appointment.  She has an appointment for Feb. 27th...it's several weeks away, but at least we have an appt. 
 
Although she still sneezes a lot, she hasn't had any major attacks in a week so keep your fingers crossed that she won't have any more of the big attacks.
 
So thank you all and I'll keep you updated as we move along with everything.
 
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allergyqueen
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   Posted 2/23/2008 7:25 AM (GMT -7)   
I hope you don't mind one more reply. I myself have allergies to cats,dogs,dust,pollens, perfumes, etc.
Claritin or Claritin D does NOTHING for me. It also did nothing for my 5yr old sneezing all the time, and itchy.
Could you try Zyrtec now that it is over the counter? With my son, just a 1/2 tsp. every night is enough to help him. When he gets a cold, I up it to a tsp. Course he's only 40lbs. Zyrtec can make you sleepy, so take at night, and it lasts 24 hours. He takes it year round. My son's allergist also says Claritin is worthless. Good luck. I hope she can get relief.
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wen4003
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   Posted 4/29/2008 3:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Here's an update for you all on my daughter's sneezing fits.  Thankfully, she hasn't had a sneezing fit in several weeks (knock on wood so I don't jinx it).  She still sneezes a lot but we keep a humidifier in her room and send her there once she has sneezed 5-6 times in a row.  We aren't taking any chances - lol.  It works pretty well for her.
 
She saw the specialist yesterday for a consultation.  The specialist said her nosy is somewhat stuffy, but that was about it for anything that she could see right away.  On June 2nd, she is going to have a bunch of skin allergy testing done as well as an asthma test.  The asthma test is because she is complaining of heaviness/hard to breathe after playing hard or running.  So we have to wait another month or so for this, but we will keep our fingers crossed that all stays as it is right now.
 
Thank you all for your great suggestions, help and caring.  HW is such a great community.  Thanks again!!
 
Luv to all,
Wen

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   Posted 4/30/2008 4:06 AM (GMT -7)   
I will cross my fingers too and hopes that her sneezing fits stay eased up! Just be sure to have her stop any antihistamines before her allergy testing. I'm not sure how long she has to stop them before the doc but hopefully the doc gave you some instructions?
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wen4003
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   Posted 4/30/2008 6:04 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Sherry,
 
Thanks, I will definitely be keeping my fingers crossed as well.  Yes the doc told us told allergy meds of any kind for 3 days before the allergy testing appointment.  I'll let you know how things go.
 
Thanks for your help.
 
Wen

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   Posted 4/30/2008 5:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Wen,
 
Please do let us know what you find out.  I have never known anyone to sneeze that long.  I can imagine that would just about use up all the air in her lungs when it goes on for so long.  I'm hoping she does not have asthma and it is simply something she is allergic to.  I will be thinking about her and will say a prayer for her.
 
Hugs and Prayers,
 
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wen4003
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   Posted 5/3/2008 8:21 AM (GMT -7)   
Thanks Carla, as a mom it's a very scary deal watching her go through this.  So I will most definitely keep you up to date on what we find out.
 
Take care,
Wen

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Skaldi
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   Posted 5/10/2008 5:55 PM (GMT -7)   
I have been having this same problem as a life-long condition.

Not on the level you describe, longest fit was 20 minutes, but when I was a child I never had any pets in the house.

You need to try and get her to relax, she's sneezing, she wants to stop and struggling with her own sneezing is what often makes this worse.

Also, tell her it is OK to sneeze, make friendly jokes about it like it's a fun game to sneeze a lot.

Very Important. Absolutely NO pressure. You pressure her, and it's gonna make it worse, my dad did it to me and I ended up sitting in a hospital bed for 2 days from it. I am an 8-26 round sneezer when it hits me. I've noticed usually it's a 'chilling breeze' thing that sets me off. But I focus, relax and then a minute later I go into another 8-26 round. Usually not beyond 3 rounds anymore as an adult. Used to be as many as 6 rounds as a minor.

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   Posted 5/11/2008 8:08 PM (GMT -7)   
I continue to learn something new from you all every single day.  Until the two of you posted about the continued sneezing, I had never heard of that happening.  I've seen people sneeze five or six times in a row and I've done that myself, but what you all describe sounds like pure torture.
 
Good Luck to all!
 
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   Posted 5/12/2008 6:40 AM (GMT -7)   
HI just to let you know i have an 18 yr old daughter that does the same thing. When we went in for allergy test she tested possitive to everything they tested for. I have gone to calling her sneezy. and we all laugh about it which eases the tension. Hot showers and allergy shots helped. She has since stopped the allergy shots becasue they were starting to hurt to much all the time (3 shots every three days). I don't open any windows and all of out air is thru the a/c unit. the dog is not allowed in her room but she won't kick the cats out. (she has 5) luckily she is more allergic to the dog than the cats. Hope things work out ok for you. i just wanted you to know you are not alone.

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   Posted 5/13/2008 6:11 PM (GMT -7)   
For your families emotional sake I hope she is not allergic to the pets. What a heart wrenching decision. Maybe you could just keep her room pet free and keep her door shut all the time. If she spends a lot of time in her room that should help!
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   Posted 6/2/2008 10:12 AM (GMT -7)   
Well, I thought I would give everyone an update on my daughter's sneezing problem.  We were finally able to get the allergy testing done today and she allergic to nothing - absolutely nothing!!  Can you believe it?!?!? 
 
The doctor suggested that it could be the dryness of the house and also suggested getting at least one air purifier - for her room.  We will do that and get another one to put in the living room where she also spends a lot of time.
 
She does have a bit of asthma so she now has an inhaler to use before and after activities as she has a hard time breathing after running, playing hard, etc.
 
So there's the update and we should be good to go now, hopefully she won't have any more sneezing attacks.  Keep our fingers crossed.  Thank you all for your support, suggestions, and help.  It's much appreciated.
 
Take care all,
Wen

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   Posted 6/2/2008 10:55 AM (GMT -7)   
Which allergy test did she have done Wen?
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   Posted 6/2/2008 11:18 AM (GMT -7)   
Skin testing for everything under the sun (or at least it seems that way - LOL).
 
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   Posted 6/2/2008 8:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Wen,
 
I can not believe she did not test positive to anything.  That blows my mind!
 
Please keep us posted and let Sneezy know she is in our prayers.  I know the sneezing spells have to totally exhaust her.
 
With love and prayers,
 
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   Posted 6/5/2008 7:28 AM (GMT -7)   
Carla,
 
I know I can't believe it either!!  But I will pass on to her that she is in your prayers and thoughts. 
 
Thank you so much for the support everyone, I really appreciate.  I don't want to jinx anything but she hasn't had a severe attack in a few weeks.  So hopefully she won't especially once we get the air purifiers.
 
Take care,
Wen

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   Posted 6/5/2008 4:22 PM (GMT -7)   
Wen,
 
Let's just pray that it is all over.  That would be wonderful.  I will keep praying for her.
 
Hugs and prayers to your daughter,
 
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