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... there is nothing you can do to stop that cough because the larynx has no natural protection against acid. ... (20 replies)
... Thats because Vicodin has Codeine in it. They will usually give you a rx. cough med with codeine in it to qwell your cough. ... (20 replies)
... I was allergy tested as a kid and back then it was like dust, hayfever, pollen, mustard which I outgrew. Thats a good point, it is very possible that with spring my allergies are aggravating the spasms. ... (20 replies)

... I had the same situation that lasted for more than six months. I then fell and broke my collar bone and the doctor gave me vicodin. In short, the cough stopped immediately. He kept me on vicodin for a month and I never once had a persistent cough. ... (20 replies)
... n't, but gave me some Nexium to take just in case until I can get in to see the Pulmonary Specialist next week. I see the GI doc because of gastritis and I have had this cough since the day I had my upper endoscopy done the first week of December which was performed by a different GI doc then the one I saw yesterday. ... (20 replies)
... That's a horrific thing to deal with daily..depression and isolation is certainly easy to happen. ... (4 replies)
... This is a long story so please be patient and read it all. I will try to be as brief as possible. ... (1 replies)
... een getting chest tightness, wheezing, and shortness of breath around the same time every winter. With out any cold or sickness before hand. It typically stays for at least a month or two, and up to 3 months or till it starts warming. ... (3 replies)
... nd get your dr to look at fungal infection specifically Aspergillus sp. If your lungs arent working correctly its obvious your heart rate will rise compensating for increased work undertaken. Keep your heart rate down and relax until you get some form of result. Stay off inhalers unless you have confirmed airways disease. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not sure what's going on but I have a dry cough that has been going on for 3 months now. ... (8 replies)
... Don't have alot of help to offer, but a person my husband work's with, had some of the same symptoms and chronic cough and was put on steroids. this helped alot. ... (1 replies)
... I will make this as short as possible. I came down with bronchitis on Aug 12th. A couple days before that I had a little cough but not severe. I had went on vacation in northern Michigan for 10 days prior to this. ... (1 replies)
Chronic cough
Aug 3, 2008
... i suffered also with chronic coughing and coughing fits.i kid you not but i didnt sleep more that 3 hours a night for 14 months.and ended up moving to the sofa so the kids wouldnt wake up. ... (4 replies)
... I have had that and it hurt me even though I was numb. It that the one where they make you say EEEEEEEEEE. Anyway, they couldn't find any reflux for me but when I had the endoscopy they found my entire esophagous eroded from reflux so given a choice I would take the endo. ... (20 replies)
Chronic cough?
Jan 14, 2006
... I have had a cough every day for at least a year now. ... (13 replies)
... Are you a smoker? ... (6 replies)
... I've had the chronic cough for 3 months, even causing vomiting, choking, liquid in throat, wheezing when I cough, voice breaking, clearing throat constantly. All typical symptoms of LPR. ... (12 replies)
... Hi my daughter who is 25 non smoker has been suffering with a cough on and off for several years.... ... (3 replies)
... Just under 3 years ago I got hit by some crazy bug and was sick for a few days. I had this cough that ended up lasting almost 4 months. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. This is my first post. I was diagnosed with Avium about 3 months ago after having an awful cough for nearly a year. ... (8 replies)


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