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Dry cough jaw hurts can't sleep. Now going on 1 week. ?
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Dr. Sue Ferranti
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Possibilities...
Without a fever, this could be due to acute bronchitis of viral origin.
If so, it will run its course. Another possibillity is allergy. If you are smoking, you need to quit. See your doctor for disgnosis and treatment. The jaw discomfort is probably due to musculoskeletal etiology due to cough.

In brief: Possibilities...
Without a fever, this could be due to acute bronchitis of viral origin.
If so, it will run its course. Another possibillity is allergy. If you are smoking, you need to quit. See your doctor for disgnosis and treatment. The jaw discomfort is probably due to musculoskeletal etiology due to cough.
Dr. Sue Ferranti
Dr. Sue Ferranti
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Dr. David Duhon
Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine
In brief: See a doctor
I think a 9-day cough and jaw pain deserves a visit to the doctor.

In brief: See a doctor
I think a 9-day cough and jaw pain deserves a visit to the doctor.
Dr. David Duhon
Dr. David Duhon
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Dr. Robert Knox
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Dry Cough
All this sounds like mouth breathing during sleep -- do you snore loudly? Are you just getting over bronchitis? Try otc cough medications with guiafenesin (robitussin).
Have someone watch your sleep. I suspect your nose is stopped up at night. See your doctor, if symptoms persist.

In brief: Dry Cough
All this sounds like mouth breathing during sleep -- do you snore loudly? Are you just getting over bronchitis? Try otc cough medications with guiafenesin (robitussin).
Have someone watch your sleep. I suspect your nose is stopped up at night. See your doctor, if symptoms persist.
Dr. Robert Knox
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