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Can Taxol Cause A Hacking Cough
Possibilities...: Cough can have many causes. Morning and at night brings a couple of ideas to mind. Could you be allergic to something in the room where you sleep that you are not exposed to during the day? Or, could you have post-nasal drip that results in a cough when in the supine position? I think an evaluation by your physician is needed to figure out the etiology and treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had a hacking cough for over a month that lasts so long when I cough I gasp for air and white muscus is coming up, what could it be?
Diagnose first...: Before a persistent cough can be treated, you first need to know the etiology of the cough. If it is non-productive, possibilities include bronchospasm of any cause, gerd, post-nasal drip or a combination. All of these have different treatments. If the persistent cough is productive of sputum, you may have chronic bronchitis, a form of copd, again a different treatment. See doctor for diagnosis. ...Read more
You need to see MD: Coughing a lot for two weeks and after travelling for 12 hours, can be serious. You need to see a doctor.Get examied and if indicated a chest xray and/or blodd test to find out the cause and treat properly.You may have caught some thing during your flight which is not uncommon. ...Read more
Cough: Cough is a normal, protective response by your body to clear aspiration or infection. You need to find out why you are coughing before you can treat it. You have not shared any information about yourself or your medical or social history. If you smoke, stop. Consider a more detailed consult through Health Tap Prime or see your doctor. ...Read more
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