... then started with increasing tight chest after exposure to smoke... this developed to include some slight mucus prod. would usually get a tight chest the next day. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, yesterday I woke up with a dry cough....throughout the day, it became increasing worse.... ... (0 replies)
... For about a year and a half I have been coughing up white translucent phlegm. I have never smoked or taken drugs. I have asthma and I am allergic to dust and mould. ... (0 replies)
... I'm also feeling very weak..and I havent felt weak before now with this cold. Today I started coughing up phlegm thats starting to get abit yellowy... and thats in the mucus... ... (4 replies)
... When you cough up mucus, what color is it? ... (1 replies)
... hing. I thought I was coming down with a cold or something. I started taking all the standard OTC stuff to try and take care of it before it got to bad. After 2 weeks it had gotten worse so I decided it was time to see a doctor and get some antibiotics. I didn't have a primary at the time so I went to the med clinic. ... (1 replies)
... sinus infection. A couple of weeks ago I had another sore throat. I thought this time I had strep but went away. ... (2 replies)
... Hi vine,
I did a search on ask.com and this si some of what I found. Hope it helps and please don't somke anything anymore.
YOUR BODY BEGINS TO REPAIR ITSELF AS SOON AS YOU STOP SMOKING
20 minutes after quitting…
blood pressure and pulse rates drop to normal, and temperature to hands and feet return to normal. (8 replies)
... I've had a dry cough for about 2 weeks now. It feels like I'm congested but nothing's coming up. I also seem to get a mild fever every now 'n then...but it goes as quickly as it comes. ... (1 replies)
... The second time I really thought I was coughing because I had irritated my bronchial tubes from coughing so much during the actual bronchitis and pneumonia that the cough was from irritated bronchial tubes as a result of too much coughing. ... (3 replies)
... Antibiotic resistance takes many rounds of antibiotics for the bacteria to develop immunity to it. However, you may have caught a bacteria from someone who has been taking many rounds of antibiotics and therefore has developed AB resistance.
Have you always gotten a lot of infections?
Do you have sinus problems? Sometimes, especially with allergy season in full swing,... (16 replies)
... I'm still occassionally coughing up blood. ... (16 replies)