... Productive Cough with with white or yellow sputum, leading to vomiting at times, no blood. ... (0 replies)
... Dry coughs are usually caused by: acid reflux, allergies, asthma or post nasal drip. If it is the acid reflux, it is often "silent" with no "traditional" reflux symptoms of burning.
Were you tested for pertussis (whooping cough) last time you had the cough? The nickname for it is the 100 day cough. I found when I had it that it lasted about 4 months. The "bug" symptoms... (1 replies)
... Rare burning sensations that force me to stand up straight, coming from both the left and right side of my chest at different times. ... (7 replies)
... ce in a while, when I breathe in I hear a wheezing sound. It comes as quickly as it goes, and it may or may not happen again for a while. In addition, I have a burning in what can only be described as what feels like the bottom of my lungs. ... (0 replies)
... First a little background, I am 41 and I went to the doctor in July because of wet cough that would not go away. He felt that it was caused by inflammation due to allergies and gave me a Steroid Pack. ... (0 replies)
... When i Cough Sick or not sick, I get this stinging/burning pain on the left side of my chest, it hurts pretty bad also i noticed that ive had trouble breathing since a doctor perscribed me Naprosyn
( the stinging and burning feeling was here before the naprosyn though) (0 replies)
... and is known as hydrochloric acid. That's some really strong, extra irritating acid meant for digesting raw meat. Your larynx doesn't have a chance and you will cough until you cough yourself literally crazy or until you start Proton Pump Inhibitor Treatment. ... (10 replies)
... months out of the year, and has progressed to a chronic cough and wheezing. ... (10 replies)
... Despite this I still get burning in my rib area and have a chronic cough. ... (4 replies)
... I have had this sensation for over three months and it sometimes produces night sweats. I have had a constant cough for over 8 months and yet this burning came on afterwards. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your reply!
My doctor prescribed a nasal spray before I sleep which is a steroid.. he mentioned to take it for 6 weeks and see how it goes..
Will look into GERD, however I don't suffer from heart burn. The pain is more like when you cough or sneeze really hard you have a burning sensation within your chest (4 replies)
... In 2013 I had a severe cold and cough were I used to continuously cough every second for 3 whole days which I believe triggered all of this. ... (4 replies)
... d it on the sofa first, I put the ceiling fan on and I laid down and I was bliss, having the fan on my all nigh was wonderful, and I still have it on now as I am burning up still. This morning I woke up feeling a tiny bit better, so I didn't ring my local dr like the one last night said to, because I felt a bit better.... ... (12 replies)
... l hallow. I don't know how I can feel both but I do. It's like when I breathe in it feels filled and when I breathe out they feel dry and brittle. I have massive burning pain in my chest. ... (1 replies)
... i started to cough up specs of blood actually burried in the mucus and more feverinsh, and loss of hearing like something it bocking my ears, loss of energy and burning up to where my fiance cant come near me im that hot. ... (2 replies)
... my chest irritates and the urge to cough increases. This is on the left side of my chest. After this irritation, the coughing increases with increased mucus secretions in my throat. ... (1 replies)
... I had a cough develop a little over a month ago. I had a runny nose occasionally, but no fever. ... (0 replies)
... I still have a fever. At one point it peaked to 101.4, but typically goes no higher than 100. I have been on amoxicillan and cough medicine with codeine since last Friday when the dr told me I was just fighting 2 back to back viruses. My coughing has virtually disappeared. ... (0 replies)
... Anyone have a condition where they feel sort of a irritation in the upper chest area? Sometimes I notice it more after eating. When I breathe out, at the end of the breath I often cough. The feeling is NOT one of burning, but more of an irritation or even slightly "itchy" feeling like someone with bronchitis might experience in their chest area (except without the wheezing... (1 replies)
... i have asthma and reflux problem without the burning.
i have been experiencing chocking during the night. as if
something is inhaled,it wakes me up and i cough until i clear
the passage,it feels like liquid is inhaled. i'ts like when you
are eating and something goes down the (0 replies)