I posted this in the wrong forum so with your permission I will re-post it here and hope for some help, Thank you.
Hello, I am new to this forum so please forgive me if I raise a thread which has probably been raised many times before.
I seem to be saddled with a persistent dry cough.
I have had chest xrays, lung function tests, nasal endoscopy, tablets to control any possible acid reflux, change of tablet regime, etc, etc.
The cough persists and it has now reached the stage where my life is becoming an absolute misery as a result of the cough. I sometimes have to stop driving as I cough myself dizzy, my stomach hurts from coughing, I am often embaressed in public as I often end up gagging or worse having lttle 'accidents'. Night time is no better and is most unfair on my lovely wife.
I am a 68year old man, retired and living with my wife of 47 years on the Isle and Royal Manor of Portland in Dorset, England.
I have finaly been referred to an E.N.T. consultant who says that he sees many cases like mine which cannot be explained and that I will just have to live with it.
Whilst I have no intention of ending my life prematurely, I dread the future at a time when we should be enjoying ourselves.
Thank you for listenning.
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