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Persistant cough from allergies. Can it lead to something more serious. Coughing to where puke comes up my throat?
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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Your coughs
Coughing by itself is not a dangerous thing, but severe, persistent cough is not too comforting and may cause muscle strain, bleeding into eyes/nose, oropharynx etc.
..Yours sounds quite bothersome so why not have it checked out and treated? It maybe allergies, maybe asthma, or some thing else..Pertussis can make u cough really hard too..And contagious to others. So, consult your doc.. Good luck.

In brief: Your coughs
Coughing by itself is not a dangerous thing, but severe, persistent cough is not too comforting and may cause muscle strain, bleeding into eyes/nose, oropharynx etc.
..Yours sounds quite bothersome so why not have it checked out and treated? It maybe allergies, maybe asthma, or some thing else..Pertussis can make u cough really hard too..And contagious to others. So, consult your doc.. Good luck.
Dr. Bac Nguyen
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Dr. Sue Ferranti
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Inflammation
A chronic persistent cough may be due to bronchospasm so you may need an inhaled steroid inhaler as well as a bronchodilator to control this cough.
It could also be due to allergic post-nasal drip which may need a nasal spray to control. You should be evaluated by your doctor so the cough can be diagnosed and treated.

In brief: Inflammation
A chronic persistent cough may be due to bronchospasm so you may need an inhaled steroid inhaler as well as a bronchodilator to control this cough.
It could also be due to allergic post-nasal drip which may need a nasal spray to control. You should be evaluated by your doctor so the cough can be diagnosed and treated.
Dr. Sue Ferranti
Dr. Sue Ferranti
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