... Uncontrollable cough when laughing. ... (1 replies)
... 36 yr old female. Have been smoking for 15 years, first 10 years 10-12 cigs a day; last 5 years a pack a day. I've always had problems with lingering bronchitis, even as a child. Had a really bad bout of bronchitis about 2 years ago. It lasted about 4 months. Soon after recovering I noticed that I was coughing up brown specks in my phlegm. I quit smoking 1 year ago. Still... (0 replies)
... i would like to ask about this morning cough, it's almost 1 and a half month since i had this. i don't smoke nor drink alcohols though. ... (1 replies)
... How do I get rid of a cough that occurs in the morning about an hour after waking and lasts about 20 minutes. Cough use to last all day, but now it is only in the morning and I have to fight the urge at night after dinner. What may help get rid of this for good. ... (0 replies)
... and would get a terrible lingering cough after a bad cold, but I have been diagnosed with asthma. I think I let my sinus problems go for so long without a proper diagnosis that it turned into asthma. ... (13 replies)
I developed a cough around 6 months ago and on visit to doctor was told it was likely due to particulate matter/dirty air on subway which I had started traveling on during the previous six months.
The cough was mainly on waking, didn't last long and produced small quantities of greeny/grey phlegm and then usually subsided for the day until the next morning. Seemed... (0 replies)
... I am having productive morning cough, not a ton of phlem. Had xray which was negative and spirometry which was normal. ... (0 replies)
... The cough I have is not a dry cough. There's definitely stuff I cough out of my lungs and I feel congested at times, especially in the morning, but it's nothing too gross and not a lot. ... (5 replies)
... and a violent cough. The cold also triggered a cold sore. The only thing is, while my other symptoms have faded, the cough has remained and this is coming up to three months now! ... (1 replies)
... It is also known as Smoker's Cough. (1 replies)
... I have been smoking for the past one year and recently started having cough.
So went to the doctor and he told me to quit smoking.
1. I want to know how bad is it ?
2. In how much time am i gonna recover completely ?
3. I usually breathe using my stomach ( means i fill my stomach with air instead of lungs ). Is this the correct practice of breathing ? (1 replies)
... I frequently have a lot of coughing in the a.m. I also cough up clear foamy stuff sometimes. In my case, it is "silent" acid reflux that is causing most of my problems. ... (3 replies)
... in the mornings a short time after I am up and for some reason about 6 pm or there abouts. Sometimes the coughing can be quite violent with not just 1 cough but several in succession. ... (0 replies)
... brochitis I went out and played in a tennis tournament one afternoon. I ended up having a very bad period of coughing fits during and after the match. The next morning I had a small amount of blood in my sputum. ... (0 replies)
... days ago. I consulted a physician. He told me that there was nothing wrong with my lungs and it was URI and prescribed me some antibiotics and a cough syrup. My symptoms of fever and cold improved, but the cough is still persisting. ... (0 replies)
... alf. Every morning when I wake up I can not take a deep breath without getting a cold feeling in the bottom of my lungs, and if I breathe too deep I am forced to cough and it rattles my entire chest. ... (1 replies)
... the time. After that the rest of the day is just fine until bed time and then it starts all over again but not as long. I might cough some in the middle of the night but not as bad but when i get up come morning it starts all over again just like i first wrote about here . ... (1 replies)
... however this only happens in the morning as soon as I wake up. ... (1 replies)
... Ive had a really annoying cough for a week tommorow now. At first it started out as a sore throat, headaches and mouth oulcers, hot and cold sweats and tiredness. ... (0 replies)
... k drips down the back of your throat, more as you sleep, and, if you are also breathing thru your mouth a bit, this irritates your throat membranes and makes you cough when you wake up. The hot drinks make it worse because the heat loosens up the gunk further and causes more irritation. ... (1 replies)