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What r the treatment options 4 bronchiectasis if inhalors, physio & antibiotic use [ 2--3 monthly] fails 2 stop chronic cough causing 2ndary problems?

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Dr. John McMahan
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Cough

Allergies, gerd, sinus infections and other issues can all be involved in bronchiectasis.
Ent, allergist, pulmonary, GI and primary care often work together to limit future damage and optimize your lung function.

In brief: Cough

Allergies, gerd, sinus infections and other issues can all be involved in bronchiectasis.
Ent, allergist, pulmonary, GI and primary care often work together to limit future damage and optimize your lung function.
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