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Chronic Cough



The mission of Chronic Cough.org is to provide free information and knowledge today about chronic cough causes, cures and treatment for chronic coughing and chronic cough syndrome.

There are 2 types of coughs. Coughs can be either acute or chronic:


Some coughs are dry, while others are considered productive. A productive cough is one that brings up mucus. Mucus is also called phlegm or sputum.

Remember that coughing is an important way to keep your throat and airways clear. However, excessive coughing may mean you have an underlying disease or disorder.

A chronic cough can make you feel tired because you use a lot of energy to cough. It also can prevent you from sleeping well and interfere with work and socializing. A chronic cough also can cause headaches, chest pain, loss of bladder control, sweating, and rarely, fractured ribs.



    Common Causes of Coughs

Besides recent upper airway infections such as the common cold and flu, other common causes of light coughing, chronic cough and moderate coughs include:

    Home Health Care for Chronic Coughing

Below are some excellent tips to help ease the discomfort of a cough:


Below is a list of medications available without a prescription include and can be help to ease the discomfort of a cough:


Do not expect a doctor to prescribe antibiotics for viral infections like colds or flu. Antibiotics do not work on viruses. Antibiotics also will not help coughs from allergies.

Call 911 if you have the following symptoms:


Call your doctor right away if you have:



What to expect at your health care provider's office:

Go-Here to Search Health and Wellness Online Resources about Health Related Subjects of Interest In emergency cases, the patient will be treated first to stabilize the condition. After the condition is stable, the doctor will ask questions about your cough, which may include the following:


The physical examination will include emphasis on the ears, nose, throat and chest. Diagnostic tests that may be performed include:


Prevention for getting a chronic cough are as follows:

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