... i cough up white chunks that are small what are they (0 replies)
... Hello I'm 20 and just wondering if someone can help I have had a constant cough for about 12 months it first started when I was pregnant I constantly cough up phlegm mostly clear and white it's worst in the mornig and the night time. ... (1 replies)
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... I have been on Arimidex since May 2007, since then I have had a dreadful cough. I too cough up lots of plegm. I think it is a side affect of the drug. It really gets me down. ... (3 replies)
... I am 26 nonsmoker. I have had a cough for about 2 months now. I went to hospital last month and he gave me antibiotics because he thought it was bronchitis but they never helped. ... (0 replies)
... I cough like i inhaled salava sometimes why? ... (0 replies)
... like bacteria that get formed in the pockets of your tonsils and when you cough they loosen and come up. It's gross but I think I have found the answer. Thanks for your reply though. ... (2 replies)
... ll baby syringe and a nasal wash. You can buy it at Walmart, I think. Its in powder form. At least the one she uses is. She mixes it with sterile water, sucks it up in the syringe, leans over her sink and sprays it up her nose. She says she gets all kinds of gunk out. ... (12 replies)
... I did used to smoke, but my lungs are clear on the xray, most of you sound like you need inhalers or tests, please try to push for more help. If you are coughing up green mucuous that is bad, that is infection. If you have chronic broncitis it can be yellow at times. ... (12 replies)
... For about the past 8 months, I have done nothing but cough up phlegm. ... (12 replies)
... Ive been smoking marujuana for 10 years, never had any problems. Since I got two cats. 1.5 years ago. I started to cough up clear phelm. Now since November 2006, i have to clear my throat by spiting out white phelm. ... (3 replies)
... Hi. I have chronic bronchitis and it's horrible when it acts up. I have the deepest, loudest cough anyone around me has ever heard. Usually it flares up when I get a slight head cold. I start out with a dry, hacking cough. Then it goes to a choking till I upchuck cough. ... (24 replies)
... Does anyone else ever cough up white, pooey - smelling balls? I do, like once a month. They stick to the back of my throat. Is this something I need to see a doctor about? Does anyone know what causes it?
I don't know if this is related, but I also find in uncomfortable to breath just through my nose; I always have to breath through my mouth and nose. I also snore very... (6 replies)
... What if you cough up tiny white round balls? ... (2 replies)
... ter but the floor was flooded. there were people from other states there and the 3 rooms werent all that big. i felt water dripping on me at one point and looked up and saw moisture was dripping from the ceiling! ... (2 replies)
... About 2 years ago, after my son was born, I kept catching colds and illnesses from him that he was picking up from daycare. Slowly my health seemed to decrease. I always seemed to be on antibiotics and had sinusitis and a bad cough. ... (1 replies)
... and the mucous around the throat is white and quite inoffensive, but from time to time I cough up thick stuff from the lungs. Sometimes it's pale yellow and occasionally there is blood. ... (0 replies)
... ciggs for the last 2 years. After quitting, i have been running almost everyday. I have been coughing up phlegm sometimes yellow, white and brown. But somedays when i don't run, i don't cough up brown phlegm. Only after running it is brown otherwise it is yellow or white. What should i do ? ... (1 replies)
... Can Bronchiectasis result after just one run in with acute bronchitis that lasted about 3 weeks?
I read that it can occur after recurrent infections, but I only had one...acute bronchitis.
I ask this because after being diagnosed with acute bronchitis 5 weeks ago and having it for 3 weeks, my cough got MUCH MUCH better, but I still can hear/feel the "chest... (1 replies)
... ray and it showed up white spots what could this be. ... (0 replies)