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Cough With No Fever In Children
My daughter has a very dry cough. Today is day 5. No fever. We've been giving her children's mucinex (guaifenesin). But the cough has progressively gone worse...
Cough: progressively worsening cough, even with no fever, would be a good reason to see your pediatrician. A complete examination and a detailed cough history would help to make a proper diagnosis and provide treatment as needed. Is the cough consistent? worse at certain times of day? Anything help cough or make cough worse? many times cough does not actually come from a problem in the lungs. ...Read more
What causes white to. Green mucas? And a horribe cpngested cough with no fever but feeling very drained. Mind u I am also HIV pos. With severe asthma
Sinusitis : Given your history i would recommend informing your id doctor as this sound like it could be a sinus infection and depending your HIV status, he probably would treat you with antibiotics sooner rather than a wait and see approach that can be sometimes be followed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have runny nose, constant sneezing, congestion, loss of voice, fatigue, coughing 50/50 wet dry cough, with no fever. Whats wrong with me?
Probably allergies: Above symptoms mostly seen as a result of allergies , tobacco might be adding factor , dangerous. Go see an allergist, til then take delsym, (dextromethorphan) quit smoking, steam inhalationwith ponaris oil, , oil OB oregano 2caps, twice a day, diffuse, tee tree oil for 2 hrs a day. ...Read more
Can I do CT lung chest scan with contrast tomorrow if i now have cold ( mild sore throat and occasional cough with no fever). Any contradictions?
I've got cough for several days. What should I do to cure it? Any good sugguestion on that? No fever by now.
HI! And if I don't have a cough anymore and have no fever, does it mean that I'll be ok and have nothing to worry about?
Not sure: Would help if you tell us what you were worried about in the first place. Common symptoms of common cold include cough and fever, but so do hay fever, allergic rhinitis, mononucleosis, strep throat, pneumonia, asthma, etc. If you were worried about any of these conditions, then please let us know if you have other symptoms that could be more specific to these conditions. Thanks for using HealthT ...Read more
I was sick about 2 weeks ago, just a regular cold, no fever or anything but I have had this annoying cough for over a week, when will it go away?
Cough: Often people will get a post-infectious cough after having a common cold. This can be a result of inflammation in the airways. It may last several weeks. If you are feeling sick or having a fever then you should get seen by a doctor. A trial of OTC cough medication might help but there are prescriptions that might help, also. ...Read more
Your question? : So what is your specific question? A cold would go away by itself within a week. If it lasts longer than 7-10 day or symptoms are progressively worse, you should bring your child to see a local doctor. Let him drink a lot of water. ...Read more
Cough, no fever: I would ask if the cough is dry, or productive of phlegm, and, if so, the color. Some people do not mount a high fever. Severe cough should be evaluated by your physician. They may be able to diagnose a pneumonia by lung exam, but you may need to have an xray. Persistent cough may also be a sign of allergies or asthma. You should be examined. ...Read more
Not necessarily: It's a good sign your daughter has no fever. If it looks like a cold with a just a runny nose and deep cough, it's okay to wait 3-4 days and see how she does before seeing your doctor. Cough can be caused by lots of things and not just infection. Acid reflux can do it. So can an aspirated object (if your daughter's a toddler). Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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