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just don
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Guess I am going over the edge of antique.

THREE times in the last 60 days I sneezed sitting in my recliner...

And popped something in my abdomen,,,whenever I cough or sneeze it reminds you quite quickly.

First times it was same spot on upper right. Third was left side down lower.

Is there a supplement that keeps your muscles from pulling/bruising??

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MAGNESIUM

I hope you don't have a hernia... but at least it's two different areas.

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That does hurt! OUCH! So sorry!

Sneezing sent baseball slugger Sammy Sosa's back into spasm before a game in 2004, and the Chicago Cubs outfielder was placed on the disabled list with a sprained ligament in his lower back from sneezing.

So you are not alone. Healthy and not healthy people have this problem Just Don, so not sure what, if anything would help.

When I had broken ribs a sneeze set off an instant screaming pain party. I got use to having a pillow nearby to hold tight to my chest when the sneeze was about to come. That helped.

A chiropractor may have some helpful advise for you.

Sorry I don't have a magic wand that can stop this pain for you!

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