I have a cough that will not go away. It has been treated twice with Z pack and cough medicine. My allergy medication has been changed three times in an attempt to control the cough. I still have coughing "fits" periodically throughout the day and night, plus I frequently have to "clear" my throat.
I also take blood pressure medication. Years ago, I had the same problem and it was caused by my blood pressure medication. I've been taking Atacand for several years with no problems. Can it suddenly start causing a cough? When the blood pressure medication caused the problem previously, it was right away. The cough is running me crazy. People are afraid they're going to catch something from me. Please help.
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