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Old 01-17-2021, 06:46 PM
Location: Durham, NC
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I know this sounds off the wall but I assure you it is real.

My wife has allergies to dust, pollen, etc. that are hard on her. I fully understand that but sometimes I don’t understand the timing. Numerous times when we have been on trips, we may go quiet for awhile. I start to say something & she sneezes, once or more. I pause as she sneezes & blows her nose. Calm returns, I start to speak again & she starts sneezing again. Then I quit speaking altogether. She gets upset but I lose the notion to talk or lose my train of thought. This can also happen at home, not just on the road.

This doesn’t happen every day but enough that it’s kind of spooky. Coincidence can’t explain it all either.

I know the nasal, throat & ear passages are partially connected. Is it possible for a vibrating ear drum to irritate nasal tissue into a sneeze?
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