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Blasted Cough
Jan 16, 2003
... Hello.... I have this annoying hacking cough that never goes away. It totally disrupts my life to the point that I can't enjoy it. The quality has gone way down because of "the cough". I have been to the dr. recently, back in Dec. '02, was on antibiotics for 2 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... Their are plenty of Virus's that do give a cough for ages and agreed he could have a simple allergy. I would not say it reflux as i have that and its never created a cough. ... (5 replies)
... ssure thing. I grew up with horrible asthma until I was 21, and then, poof, it went away. I am now 66, I do not have the normal symptoms of asthma, I get a dry cough that won't stop, and my doc tells me that asthma never goes away, so she gives me singulair and an inhaler and I am fine now. That is another story. ... (6 replies)

... so much at times I throw it up. My Dr. is really concerned that this cough and shortness of breath never goes away. ... (4 replies)
... well for starters i dont smoke and never have and i am in good health. ... (4 replies)
... rs if a pneumothorax can be worse at night and then disappear during the day, they said no, if you have one you have one, until it heals. So they basically ruled that out based on the imaging tests. ... (10 replies)
... they felt like a vague bubbling sensation if I moved a certain way, and when I'd wake up especially after sleeping on my back or on my left side I'd feel sore on that side. ... (10 replies)
... they felt like a vague bubbling sensation if I moved a certain way, and when I'd wake up especially after sleeping on my back or on my left side I'd feel sore on that side. ... (0 replies)
... o do with me breathing. I have suffered from bronchio asthma as a child and every year around the winter time i would get a cold along with asthma and it usually goes away like any cold. I have not been sick in a long time with asthma but when I got it it was hard to deal with. However, I have other problems. ... (1 replies)
... and when I do my back itches! It goes away when I stand up, but it seems to always come back. ... (1 replies)
... My grandma is 86 yrs old just coming off of 4 months in and out of the hospital that started early Feb. 2009. ... (2 replies)
... king to the Doc I stop taking the Lipitor. All pain went away. But I still couldn't breath right. I couldn't lye down. I could slowly lye down on my side but never on my back. Can't seem to get enough air. slight cough. slight headache, but no pain. ... (1 replies)
... Catch a virus or sinus infection or both. A week later full blown bronchitis with a cough that nearly rattles the house. At this point, I have to cough till I toss my cookies before I get any type of relief. ... (7 replies)
... I also have sensory issues, sensory integration problems, not sure if that makes a difference or not. ... (6 replies)
... I was never really sick i just had a runny nose, and a congested chest. I been keeping an eye on it to see if maybe it was a bacterial infection in my lungs or sinus. ... (9 replies)
... th and almost everytime I lay down to sleep when I wake up my breathing feels congested. The first few breaths I take when I wake up feel congested and I have to cough sometimes to clear out. I dont have that feeling when I am sitting up though my lungs feel clear.Its only when I am reclined or laying down. ... (4 replies)
... have no information to "help" you out, in fact you sound WAY more knowledgeable than me. I discovered your post this evening while scanning the net for symptoms that led me to the same question you posted regarding WHAT you thought your issues may be. ... (6 replies)

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