I have a chronic dry cough and have had it for the past 4+ years. I have undergone tests for GERD; Pulmonary disease; Allergies; Asthma; and Sinus problems. All negative. So far, I remain undiagnosed. Allergy shots helped for a short time. (Allergic to dust mites; dogs; grasses; trees, etc.) Cough is sporadic and can be brought on by various perfumes/fragances; as well as just normal breathing. Often presents with a deep tickle in my throat; other times it could be a tickle in my nose. Sometimes coughing is so severe that vomitting occurs. Throat remains very irritated, which also causes coughing when I swallow the first bite of food or liquid. I am at my wits' end. Any ideas out there?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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