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Remedies For Vomiting After Coughing
Ive been travelling in europe for the last 3 weeks. Dry cough for the last 1.5 weeks. Nausea and vomiting lately, esp after eating and at night. ?
Probably allergy: Nahsea and vomiting can be from a virus you may have picked up during less than ideal hygienic condition surrounding food and beverages consumed whike traveling. OTC meds may suffice for now but if you experience fever and diarrhea, or a rash appears, pl. consult a physician for proper diagnosis and treatment needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
My husband is 25 and got a horriblecough from my 2 yr old niece. He is almoat vomiting after coughing and hard breathing and has a bad gasp at the end?
Chest pain, dry cough, shortness of breath(during and after coughing "fits" along with near vomitting) no colds or infections in 6+ mths. ?
My 8 month old has a bad cough and lots of mucus. He keeps throwing up after coughing is there anything I can give him?
No cough medication: But keep his nasal passages clear with a cool moist environment . Help him clear his secretions by patting him on the back. Feeding him small amounts frequently may help his vomiting. Have his chest checked to see if anything else will help. All the best and make sure his immunizations are current. ...Read more
My 5 year old sister is puking almost every night after coughing. Dr has no idea why.Breathing treatment and asthma meds haven't worked. Please help.
Cough & Vomiting: Post-tussive vomiting is certainly a possibility. This can be caused by severe coughing. I would be concerned with the most common causes first, such as: asthma, post-nasal drip, gastroesophageal reflux (and you don't have to have heartburn to have this), and pertussis (whooping cough). She may benefit from seeing a pedicatric pulmonologist or an allergist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several causes: Coughing to the point of vomiting is termed post-tussive emesis. Causes can be certain lung infections such as whooping cough (pertussis) or pneumonia. Asthma is a fairly common cause. Also, if there is a foreign body that has been aspirated, this can generate a cough with a lot of pressure and induce vomiting. ...Read more
You're sounding sick: You sound pretty sick with both respiratory and GI symptoms. While there is a good chance you have a variant of influenza b, your symptoms can be a systemic non-infectious process as well. Is there fever? Have you had a chest x-ray? Have stool tests included a check for blood, or are you coughing blood? Have antibiotics been tried, & if so what has been your response? What co-morbidities present? ...Read more
See below: This depends on the duration of symptoms, severity of the symptoms, associated symptoms like respiratory issues, and age. Bronchitis simply means - inflammation of the bronchi! it is not always bacterial (as is often assumed in the lay community). Furthermore, vomiting or gagging after coughing (post-tussive emesis) is actually protective as it is likely removing mucous from the throat and gut. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Go to the Doctor: I would say that your question is the very definition of when it is time to sign off of the internet and to go see your family doctor for help. ...Read more
Post nasal drip: Your child may have a post nasal drip that is causing her to cough use a bulb syringe to suck up excess mucous, spray saline nose drops in her nose four times a day. Use a vaporizer where she sleeps.Elevate her mattress so she sleeps on an angle.. Rub vapo rub on her chest. ...Read more
If my cough isn't made better by cough suppressants and goes in bursts that can make me vomit, what can it be?
Prolonged cough: Sometimes a respiratory infection leaves behind an irritable area in the windpipe(trachea) even after the infection itself has cleared. This irritation causes prolonged dry coughing spasms. . If an exam and a chest x-ray don't show any important abnormalities then a stronger cough suppressant with Codeine and cortisone type inhaler heals the irritation. ...Read more
Hi this is gayathri, I have trouble in dry cough with vomiting sense for past 2 months. And also have cold problem. ?
Possibilities...: The possible etiologies for a dry cough lasting 2 months include bronchospasm and airway inflammation, post-nasal drip, gerd or even a combination of these. Each of these has a completely different treatment so you need to see your doctor so this chronic cough can be diagnosed and treated. If you have had a cold, the viral infection can induce bronchospasm and airway inflammation. ...Read more
3rd time this winter fiance' has gotten sick. Always starts out with a bad cough that leads to vomiting for 2-3 days. Is it more serious than a cold?
More then a cold: Recurrent cough that is so bad that it leads to vomiting sounds like more then just a virus. It may be a asthma problem. Sinusitis, allergies, acid reflux and pertussis are possibilities. He should be seen by a doctor that will be able to follow up until he has the right diagnosis and treatment. You want him 100% for the wedding! ...Read more
My 2.5 year old has been having low appitite since he became sick with fever, vomitting n cough. He is fine now but he is still not eating. What to do?
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