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sneezing after surgery? sneezing after surgery?

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Unread 07-10-2004, 05:16 AM
sneezing after surgery?

Last week after I came home from my cystocopy/stent placement, I woke up the next day sneezing, watery eyes, constant nasal drainage. I was miserable for 2 days, and then it seem to lessen.

Yesterday I went back to the hospital to get the stent removed, and now I'm going through the tissues again.

I thought I just picked up a cold at the hospital, but I'm wondering if I'm allergic to any of the sedation meds they gave me. Anyone else out there have this reaction? I was joking that I must just be allergic to hospitals! But now I am getting concerned.
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Unread 07-10-2004, 04:29 PM
sneezing after surgery?

Hi (((Junie)))) I'm sorry you've having this weird reaction to hospital procedures

You, one of the things I've learned is that you can be allergic to just about anything: I'm allergic to Coca-Cola... not any other cola... just Coke Everyone tells me this doesn't make sense, but I know it's true: my reactions are quite severe, including intense abdominal pains!!!

And I know that when your immune system is down, the allergic reactions tend to be increase, therefore, in addition to the possibility of you being allergic to something they gave you while in the castle, it could be that you might be more sensitive to existing allergens.

Sending lots of s your way. Hopefully, this will be the last of your sneezing fits.

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