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how to reduce cough in cold ?

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Dr. Brandon Elrod
10 years experience General Practice
Many ways: There are multiple over the counter options to use for reduction of cough. These include cough drops, nasal spray for postnasal drip, and Guaifenesin containing medications. Natural remedies include honey and hot tear. If the cough has been present for more than 10 days, or is accompanied by fever nausea and vomiting, i would seek medical attention.
Answered on Jun 25, 2014
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