A 41-year-old male asked:
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cough for more than three weeks. no fever. shortness of breath but work not really affected. one trigger of cough when speaking. what is this?

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Dr. Katharine Cox
44 years experience Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Cough: A 3 week cough is a long time. If you are SOB, it may be asthma. Coughing spasms occur with pertussis or whooping cough. See your doctor for an exam to help with the diagnosis. All the best. You may need an XR.
Answered on Jan 28, 2016
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