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My 15 year old faughter has been having pretty heavy chest congestion for 5 days. Shes coughing a lot. She had no other symptoms. No fever either.

Continue to monitor. Symptoms less than a week without other problems. The lungs make mucous to wrap around the irritant or infection to help it come out with cough. Drink lots of water-vaporizer at night. If not improved by a week or worsening symptoms especially late onset fever see an MD. http://www.webmd.com/lung/bacterial-or-viral-infections-of-the-respiratory-tract. Read more...

My son has nausea vomitting chest congestion cough and very difficult to sleep at night and body feels hot. What can be the cause of his symptoms?

Viral infection? Have him checked by his pediatrician--how old is he?With all these symptoms make sure he is well hydrated and does not have a secondary bacterial infection. Read more...

My Son is experiencing chest pain or discomfort (quality: sensation of pressure or heaviness) and chest congestion. The following also describe h...

Call ambulance. Your question doesn't provide enough information to answer accurately (ie. how old is he?), but if he is having heaviness/pressure of the chest with pain then he needs immediate medical attention at an ER to rule out a heart issue. Get him there urgently/call an ambulance. If these symptoms can be directly explained by a chest infection, he would still require assessment and possibly antibiotics. Read more...
See doctor. A variety of possibilities - what might be common depends on your age and your medical history so is difficult to make direct comment. Could be any of - heart lung muscle indigestion. Needs rapid exclusion of serious causes. See doctor urgently. Read more...
I'm not sure what. your question is, as your summary is not complete. Please re-submit with a question and one of us can try to help you. In general, if your son is experiencing chest pain, I would recommend he see his doctor today, or go to the emergency room to be seen if his doctor is not available. Read more...

How can I prevent allergies that turn into heavy sinus and chest congestion?

Fall allergies. You may be allergic to weeds or dust mites, depending on the weather conditions where you live. If this is an annual occurence, see an allergist now, get tested to find your triggers and get treated ahead of time to avoid such exacerbation. Read more...