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Constantly sneezing - recent vaccinations/covid?

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Whiskers4 · 24/10/2022 07:34

DH is generally a sneezy person anyway. However last 24 hours he's been constantly sneezing, waking us both up in the night. He had Spikevax and flu vaccinations on Friday.

Only one sneezing fit since waking 20mins ago, but he's constantly sniffing now. No other symptoms.

Could this be a reaction to one of the vaccines or possibly covid?

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KangarooKenny · 24/10/2022 07:35

I’d try an antihistamine to see if it’s an allergy. Lots of mould spores around at this time of year.

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Redebs · 24/10/2022 07:36

I wouldn't worry. It's unlikely to be related to vaccination.
Lots of people are sneezing and getting nosebleeds at the moment, due to dry air and minor colds.

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Morechocmorechoc · 24/10/2022 07:40

I sneezed loads after covid vaccines. It was summer....I didn't have a cold. I have been Sneezy ever since.

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lljkk · 24/10/2022 07:46

I started being sneezy a lot in August. Been unusually sneezy since! I haven't had a covid jab since April. I vote coincidence for OP's DD.

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TheYearOfSmallThings · 24/10/2022 07:47

I've been sneezing all week and had no COVID booster, I guess there's something going around.

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Whiskers4 · 24/10/2022 08:24

Thanks. Glad no one has come back and suggested it's covid. We're away at the moment and hard to avoid tube and coach to get back home.

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