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Can Hard Coughing Cause Post Rhinoplasty Problems
Yes: Anything that causes increased pressure or exertion may result in bleeding or more swelling in are of surgery. Usually does not cause any long-term problem with the rhinoplasty as long as the swelling is resolved fairly quicky. Nasal bleeding tendancy is for about 7-14 days post surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a very mild cold. Mild cough, mild nasal congestion, but no fever. I have a rhinoplasty procedure on Monday. Am I ok for surgery?
Can rhinoplasty cause breathing problems? Do breathing problems and chronic congestion even happen after rhinoplasty?
It can: If you have breathing problems see a facial plastic surgery or rhinoplasty surgeon experienced in both treating breathing and cosmetic problems in septorhinoplasty surgery. Secondary corrections of breathing problems that are still present a year or more after rhinoplasty surgery demand even greater expertise in your surgeon! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What could be the cause of my chronic cough? (it is not asthma, gerd, post nasal drip or any of the other typical problems)
Chronic cough: Medications is another cause. Have you been trialed on meds for the cough such as an anti-reflux pill for 4-6 weeks or an inhaled medication for 4-6 weeks since much of reflux is silent and there is a large component of something called cough variant asthma with totally normal breathing tests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am coughing hard non stop like I'm allergic to something. I have CHF but have never had a problem. I recently had bronchitis. Any ideas what is causing my cough. Suppressant do no good. I take an allergy pill and guafinesin and it does little to help. I
See your doctor: Coughing can be a very common symptom of worsening CHF. Certainly it could also be related to your recent bronchitis. I am certain you recognize that a diagnosis cannot be made without a physical exam. In other words not over the internet. Go see your doctor and he/she will treat you to resolve your symptom regardless of the cause. ...Read more
See answer: I'm not certain the squeaky sound is significant. I think you will find the following information very helpful. It is designed for patients and describes the different causes of cough, the tests that can be done and the treatment for the different types of cough. > http://bit.ly/1PQ3UFM ...Read more
Possibilities...: The most common causes of cough include acute bronchitis, usually caused by an infection of the airways, bronchospasm, gerd, post-nasal drip, chronic bronchitis, a form of copd. If you are coughing and passing out, called post-tussive syncope, you need to see your doctor so your cough can be definitively diagnosed and treated. If you smoke, you need to quit asap! ...Read more
Allergic reaction: This sounds like you could be having a reaction to something, as in an allergen. You should be seen by your physician in order to determine what your triggers are and what to take to help. This could be life-threatening and should be considered as such any time you feel like you are unable to get good air. ...Read more
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