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Coughing helps to clear foreign substances from your lungs and keep your upper air passages clear. A chronic cough is defined as a cough that lasts more than 8 weeks (or 4 weeks for children) and is one of the most common complaints addressed in family medicine. Typically chronic coughs are symptoms of other disorders, including asthma, allergies, acid reflux or sinus problems. A chronic cough may also be the result of smoking, exposure to secondhand smoke or an infectious disease. If left untreated, a chronic cough can lead to complications such as headaches, dizziness, urinary incontinence, fractured ribs, sore abdominal muscles, excessive sweating, and even conditions such as COPD or emphysema. Healing a chronic cough depends largely on identifying and treating the underlying cause of the cough. If you have a chronic cough, see your doctor: while it's usually not a serious symptom, it can be a sign of serious diseases including lung cancer.

After 2 months, we had to fight and beg for X-Rays. My left lung hurt so much. Finally my voice slowly came back. It took til June until people could understand me on the phone. A doctors office called me in June to make an appointment. They hung up and called about an hour later, saying that their phone system wasn’t working well. They had a tech look at the system, and he was scheduled to come back and find out what was wrong. I finally convinced the appointment rep that it was me, and not the phones. By that time, they could hear most of my words, but electronics and hearing aids picked up and magnified the sketchy breathing.

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Hi Dr. Julie,
I came across your blog while searching for a way to help my daughter with a daytime cough that has been going on for 8 weeks. She never appeared to have cold symptoms, but had a bad cough and spit yellow mucous. Was on antibiotics in July and it reduced a bit, now half way though another 21 day round. From the very beginning she never coughed at night after falling asleep. It now seems that she coughs mostly upon waking and then stops with a few coughs throughout the day. Some days are better than others. I read your comments on sinopulmonary reflex and wonder if that could be part of her issue. You mention the coughing won’t stop until the swelling reduces. What is the treatment to help reduce the swelling? The Dr. said her nasal passages are swollen and we have been using a prescription nasal spray for about a week. I do believe some of the coughing may have become habit, but there is definite phlegm in the morning. Any help is appreciated.

Steroids for bad cough

steroids for bad cough

Hi Dr. Julie,
I came across your blog while searching for a way to help my daughter with a daytime cough that has been going on for 8 weeks. She never appeared to have cold symptoms, but had a bad cough and spit yellow mucous. Was on antibiotics in July and it reduced a bit, now half way though another 21 day round. From the very beginning she never coughed at night after falling asleep. It now seems that she coughs mostly upon waking and then stops with a few coughs throughout the day. Some days are better than others. I read your comments on sinopulmonary reflex and wonder if that could be part of her issue. You mention the coughing won’t stop until the swelling reduces. What is the treatment to help reduce the swelling? The Dr. said her nasal passages are swollen and we have been using a prescription nasal spray for about a week. I do believe some of the coughing may have become habit, but there is definite phlegm in the morning. Any help is appreciated.

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