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... I highly recomend you see a pulmonologist. You can have an infection without having had a cold. When coughing up blood and phlem is a sign of something serious going on, be it TB, or MAC, or some other serious infection. ... (2 replies)
... for over two years now i too have been constantly bringning up phlegm and gave up going to drs for it about 6 months ago as i had a chest exry which was clear and lots of antibiotics which have done nothing. ... (12 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)

... ys 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)
... I have exactly the same symptoms as you although my phlegm is a dark green colour. All my tests are 'normal' and my doctor says I have nothing that is treatable. I know how miserable you must be feeling. I can wake in the night gasping for breath too. My peak flow is around 250. I am 55. I hope someone has answers for us. (12 replies)
... Spent the last night in emergency with similar symptoms and diagnosis. ... (17 replies)
... Some of the same symptoms apply. ... (17 replies)
... allergies for the past week or so and have been really congested, but 2 nights ago I started coughing and since then have been coughing up phlegm and basically hacking up a lung. I've coughed to the point where I've thrown up. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Kat! Sorry for delay in answering you. Thought this post was on page 4 by now!! I didn't have any symptoms, per se. No coughing up phlegm or blood, no problems breathing... ... (13 replies)
... ad 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. Well the sinus has cleared up well, and the lungs are clear too, except in the morning. ... (9 replies)
... ge in the upper right abdomen. By the second year I began having intermittent episodes which were painful and at times terribly debilitating also including other symptoms like night sweats, exhaustion, weakness, nausea, etc. ... (0 replies)
... itis or pneumonia or what, but I know I never want to experience it again. I have never appreciated being able to breathe quite like I did after that was cleared up by antibiotics. ... (7 replies)
Bit of a Mystery
Apr 16, 2011
... but by the end of the course, my symptoms were creeping back. ... (12 replies)
Blood in phlegm
Oct 30, 2010
... now. Anyway, I don't "cough" up the phlegm, I have heavy sinus drainage and I clear my throat or pull the phlegm up from the back of my throat and that's when it appears. ... (0 replies)
Collsaped lung
Apr 11, 2010
... here are times when someone can be treated at home for a respiratory infection. For example, recently my son was having difficulty breathing,had a fever and was coughing up lots of phlegm. There were crackles in both lungs. ... (7 replies)
... and coughing. I even ending up coughing so badly that I threw up phlegm. Anyways after using up the penicillin and daily trips to the steam room I became healthier again. ... (0 replies)
... This happens on average twice a day, usually starting with the morning. Lately, its been feeling better but I'm STILL coughing stuff up and when my lung gets tight, inhalers don't help too much. ... (11 replies)
... After a few days the cough got less green and turned into a mucousy yellow phlegm, and I had trouble sleeping for 2 nights coz I was having coughing fits at night. ... (4 replies)
... However, sometimes I cannot cough up anything, its just dry cough. ... (0 replies)
Pneumonia
Jan 2, 2007
... the pneumonia. You are now in the recuperative phase, so take it slow and make sure you are eating well and drinking lots of fluids. I suggest deep breathing and coughing several times each hour or if you were issued a incentive spirometer continue to use it hourly. ... (1 replies)


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