10 doctors weighed in:
Can allergies make you cough!?
10 doctors weighed in

Dr. Sue Ferranti
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes...
Bronchospasm, which can be due to allergies, can lead to cough.
The treatment for a bronchospastic cough is bronchodilator and steroid inhalers so you should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment.

In brief: Yes...
Bronchospasm, which can be due to allergies, can lead to cough.
The treatment for a bronchospastic cough is bronchodilator and steroid inhalers so you should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment.
Dr. Sue Ferranti
Dr. Sue Ferranti
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Dr. William Scott
General Practice
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Allergies are the number one reason for chronic dry cough next to acid reflux.
See your doctor to determine which. Treatment is simple.

In brief: Yes
Allergies are the number one reason for chronic dry cough next to acid reflux.
See your doctor to determine which. Treatment is simple.
Dr. William Scott
Dr. William Scott
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Dr. Jeoffry Gordon
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Allergic cough
The respiratory system from the sinuses to the lungs is pretty limited in its natural, healthy response to irritation of any kind, including allergies or infection: you can cough, wheeze, swell up or make mucus.
Coughing is not as common as the others but is possible. Other causes should be considered as well if it is peristent.

In brief: Allergic cough
The respiratory system from the sinuses to the lungs is pretty limited in its natural, healthy response to irritation of any kind, including allergies or infection: you can cough, wheeze, swell up or make mucus.
Coughing is not as common as the others but is possible. Other causes should be considered as well if it is peristent.
Dr. Jeoffry Gordon
Dr. Jeoffry Gordon
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Dr. Robert Ramirez
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Yes
Yes it can, specially if you have post-nasal drip.

In brief: Yes
Yes it can, specially if you have post-nasal drip.
Dr. Robert Ramirez
Dr. Robert Ramirez
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