Posted 12/31/2019 5:03 AM (GMT -6)
Just found this thread through Google. I have been getting the nauseous sneeze for about 2 years now. Big difference is, in comparison to other posts here, I don't get it randomly. Usually, only when I'm already nauseated, for example when I have a hangover or am motion sick, etc. The nausea increases a bit/makes me wanna throw up, sometimes I cough, then the sneeze, which seems to relieve me from my nausea in general for a while, before it comes back a bit later. I never really thought it might be something negative, since it seemed to help me be less sick.
I'm 23, have IBS, scoliosis, eat healthy, move lots, but smoke and drink a bit too often. No issues with my gallbladder, as far as I know, but am very prone to throwing up. As a kid, even sleeping too little could send me into a fit of puking.
I do notice lots of people here mentioning low blood sugar (or having it before breakfast). Maybe that's where my throwing up correlates?