Have bumps and pain in back of head while laughing. Reason?
im 13!!!! HELP!For a couple of weeks now after i start laughing really hard with my friends i get these two sharp pains in the back of my head. one on the left and other on the right but they are lined up tp each other. i can actually feel the bumps and then i checked to see if my head was like...
Could pressing of muscles lead to sharp headaches after a heavy laugh?
Whenever I laugh very hard (the type where you cannot catch your breath) I get two sharp pains in the back of my head. When I stop laughing, this pain goes away. Could you give me more information on what is going on? I am assuming it might be muscles pressing on a nerve, but it is quite painful.
Have pain in chest while coughing, laughing and walking fast. Reason?
Hi, i had a severe pain in my left chest while coughing, laughing and while walking fast.. Initially I ignored it and didnt inform my parents about it.But it was happening often after that...I am 18 now and this has been going on for the past 6 months..what can be the reason for this to happen?...
What to do if having pain above collarbone which hurts to cough, laugh?
Hi, i am a 23 yr old female. I am having aches in my right should and right bove my collarbone it happened after i drank cranberry juice and water with lemons, its done it before after drinking alcohol too,only the fruity kind. And its done it before when i would run. Its hurt for 2 days and now...
I have at times burst out laughing and cannot stop sometimes and i also make 2 quick breath intakes involuntarily. What us this?
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During laughing, air is expelled out of the lungs. Continuous burst of laughing causes oxygen to be expelled out thus depriving of body from oxygen. So this is reflex process of the body to inhale to more of air for achieving the body homeostasis.
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