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Symptoms Of Tracheobronchitis
I had acute bronchitis a month ago and was on antibiotics. When I stopped antibiotics the symptoms return?
Possibilities...: Acute bronchitis is due to an infection of the airways. It is possible that you are now experiencing bronchospasm post-infection, which can have some of the same symptoms. If you have ever smoked, it is possible you actually have chronic bronchitis, a form of copd. For proper diagnosis and treatment, see your doctor again so your symptoms can be re-evaluated.See 1 more doctor answer
If my Acute Bronchitis is viral, please describe Symptom management of Acute Bronchitis. How can it help to treat?
Multiple remedies: Some "old school" remedies still work well" granma's tea and honey, warm water (not brine!) gargles, hot broth, boullion and consume, plain dark honey from a spoon (bolsters immine system and supresses cough) a good generic cough medication (ie ala Robitssin DM or Mucinex, (guaifenesin)) hot steam showers. A shot of honey and brandy at bedtime is quite soothing.
Would ARS symptoms come and leave in 4 days? Friend had what looked to be the flu, it came & left within 4 days with still recovering acute bronchitis
Can pnd cause acute bronchitis or bronchitis like symptoms? I read that it can drip down into your bronchial tubes resulting in this.
Sinobronchial synd: Yes, it is thought that post-nasal drainage or drip can flow from the back of the nose to the airway through the pharynx. The pharynx is a very complex area where the air you breath and everything you swallow have to cross. Pnd can get to the trachea. Many times is causes throat clearing and cough, but I have certainly see patient develop bronchitis from colds or other upper respiratory illness.See 1 more doctor answer
Does the beginning symptoms of acute bronchitis include burning dry cough and intermittent wheezing?
If I've got the symptoms of acute bronchitis and my right foot is swollen on one side are they connected?
How long is acute bronchitis contagious? I'm over most symptoms except some fatigue and coughing up mucus and blood in the AM. Approx. Day 9
24 hours no fever: In general, to help avoid the spread of illness it is advisable to avoid close contact with others during the febrile phase until fever free (without medicine) for 24 hours. Now, know that viruses can be transmitted by secretions so STILL be sure to cover mouth when coughing and wash hands often!See 1 more doctor answer
Had sinusitis infection+acute bronchitis, no symptoms, only (98.96 f)temp. For a month. Took augmentin, (amoxicillin and clavulanate) vibrocil, . Still have 98.96, no symptoms? What to do?
Body temperature: 99 degree could be normal for some people. Have your thyroid function tested to make sure the replacement medication for your hypothyroidism is at a proper amount.
Do I have acute bronchitis? I have been experiencing a dry cough (little mucus coming up, which is light green), soreness of chest due to coughing (sometime lower abdomen, also associated with coughing). I also been in and out of a fever. Smyptoms have last
You: You could very well have bronchitis based on your symptoms, however you will need to be evaluated by a medical professional to be sure. A basic auscultation of your lungs with a stethoscope may be all that is necessary to make the diagnosis. Additional testing may be done if deemed necessary (x-ray, sputum culture). Bronchitis can be viral or bacterial; most commonly viral, which usually resolves on it's own by one to two weeks. Good luck.
Location...: Tracheobronchitis means that the trachea is also involved whereas bronchitis means the bronchial tubes are involved. The 2 terms define where the problem is located anatomically.
Does prolonged cough mean lung disease? I have been getting cough from 2 yrs now. It keeps coming every 2-3 months. Also had tracheobronchitis once.
Chronic Cough: The type of cough you have fits the criteria of chronic cough, for it is lasting more than 8 weeks. Some common causes include post-nasal drip, asthma, acid reflux from stomach, medication (a specific groups of blood pressure medication), and smoking. There are plenty of other causes. So, prolonged coughing does not necessarily mean lung disease. Consider seeing a pulmonology or allergy specialist.See 1 more doctor answer
I have been on preisone, levofloxacin, z-pack. Dignosest with acute tracheobronchitis bronchitis. I have swelling in the face, neck dizzychest pain?
Get checked out: Sounds like you may have side effect from medications, but would get checked out again immediately to be sure.See 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosed with acute tracheobronchitis. My throat is so sore I choke when I eat. I have to hold my breath and I get dizzy. Help?
Get treated: Sounds like oropharyngeal edema. You may need to go to liquids for a while. Popsicles and jello may go down better. See your pcp.
Acute tracheobronchitis, croup, stridor, RSV. Thought to be what I have. Normal chest X-ray, CT scan normal blood ox normal. Help. What test do next?
Possible rx: If you have an acute infection, the symptoms most likely will resolve without need for further testing. If you have had symptoms for three or more weeks, a secondary infection, antibiotics may be used to treat a specific bacterial infection; prolonged inflammation is treatable with aerosolized steroids. These are some possible management options.See 2 more doctor answers
Singulair (montelukast): Should be OK but if it is not helping within a day or two, please contact your doctor.
No - except quads: The inflammation of the bronchus (upper large airway) would lead to a cough unless the patient is unable to cough (e.g. they are a quadriplegic). A viral bronchitis can lead to a non-productive cough initially, but usually these will become productive in a short period of time, so a non-productive cough can be bronchitis.