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Strange long lasting cough

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 4, 2006
  • 03:08 AM

I have had a cough now going on about two weeks. It started out a dry cough that has turned into the most irritating cough with flem. I will have such severe coughing attacks especially when I lay down. I cant seem to catch my breath during my coughing spells either, and it gets to the point where I am gagging. My husband also has this same cough as well as another family member that does not live with us. I thought that it might be Whooping Cough but am not sure. My three year old had a severe cough for about four days but them it went away and has not returned. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what this might be?

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  • i have also has this long lasting cough that has crazy cough spells, and sometimes gagging, but it seams to be associated with a cold of some kind. i also had tired spells, and headaches, and the coughing been going on for a month now. i guess that could just be because of the energy needed to cough up the phlegm and the sinuses being congested. but what i don't understand is why haven't i seen this before, and why am i hearing of so many cases of it? i have had allergies my whole life, mostly stuffy noses and postnasal drip. now my baby has it and she's only 4 1/2 months old. will she need antibiotics.if anyone knows if this could be dangerous for the baby and has any ideas or thoughts of a diagnoses, please let me know. it's pretty scary to see a 4 month old baby choking(mostly from gagging) because she's coughing. thanksWhen my son was a baby he always had mucous and would cough and gag so bad he couldn't even breathe, I had to take hime to the bathroom and steam up the room with the shower on, for him to start breathing better! It went on for years, but finally at 12 yrs. old his abnoids were removed and after that he was fine. But it was a long road to 12. Hope they can do something sooner for you. I also suffer nasal drip really bad, with a cough even choking. I always have mucous in the back of my throat. Dryness and lying down makes it worse. Specialist thought it was Asthma but it's not!!!! Good luck with the baby
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  • hi, I have had an ongoing cough for over seven years. I know I have asthma but the Doctor's say its controled, they thought it was reflux disease but after several tests they said thats controlled to. I have anemia since 1998 and I'm seeing a hemotologist, I have hemoglobin levels of 10.7 and Hct of 34.4 and MCV of 68.3 also very small red blood cells and my platelet count is getting lower. They originally thought I have Iron defeciency anemia they checked for bleeding in GI tract and stomache none found. so I will be getting a colonostopy but I had one in 2004 that was very normal. I do have diabeties when I started treatment my blood surgar was just 134 at times it goes up on and off to 200 lately its been staying at 119 , My coughing is irrating some days I will cough the whole day long just a dry hacky cough. also now I'm getting hives joy joy. I hope someone can give me some advice.
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  • My husband had this cough and he works at a power plant. I thought it could be related to that, but now I too have it. I never go to the plant because it is fifty miles from here. We live in the country, but there is a power plant near our house. I was up last night gasping for air, and also I vomited. It was so scary, I thought I would never catch my breath. Neither of us smoke, so I don't know what the cause of this is. We have never experienced anything like this. My husband took antibiotics, steroid shots and prescribed cough medicine, and he is still coughing, and it has been several months now.Dear unregistered, I'm replying to your reply on the forum, Im just at a loss for words. I to live near a power plant, sometimes I smell a chemicle smell. I to cough until I vomit The coughing is like having whooping cough it doesnt want to stop. It dibiletates me I cant work or sleep, and now I get hives I have low potassium and I'm anemic since 1998 they cant find causes for any of this, I have microalbumin in my urine, although I am a diabetic, I have been treated for allergies asthma anything from inhalers to steriods nothing works to stop this cough.
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  • Hi Thought I'd post my persistant coughing story here and see if anyone can come up with any ideas....It started in January 2007, constant productive coughing most of the day and made worse by going to bed. I was also waking with the cough. I had no cold, no flu symptoms just a productive cough. As six weeks went by I realised this was no ordinary cough and my Doctor prescribed me cough medicine and a course of antibiotics because of it being suspected chest infection. Then at 8 weeks I was back at my Doctors again who gave me heartburn medicine, as I was complaining of heartburn which I feel at the time was a 'product' of all the coughing not a symptom. I was also given a asthma reliever inhaler...which I tried and does not seem to help in the slightest. In the meantime my coughing steadily got worse. I found during these sudden attacks my nose would suddenly stream at the same time..and I had to rush to the toilet so as to not have a bladder accident. All this coughing has badly affected my bladder control. Sometimes I would cough so badly I would vomit at one point I was vomiting everyday!! Anyway, I then got a cold and things began to get worse for me. My chest became extremely wheezy and I was having a terrible time sleeping. So back to the doctors I went and this was at the three month stage. He listened to my chest and heard the wheeze and prescribed me asthma steroid spray, along with a steroid nasal spray and antihistimines (for mild hayfever which I suffer with) . He gave me a peak flow diary and tester. (Which I have been using ever since..although my peak flow is below the norm it never really goes bad its lowest has been around the 300 mark)So I went home and tried the steroid inhaler. Within a few days to a week I noticed about a 50% improvement over my symptoms. I went back to the doctor a few weeks later who says he thinks I have asthma but I am somewhat scepticle. The reliever inhaler has no affect in my opinion. Also my peak flow is not in the normal range but sits just below it. Although I do believe the steroid inhaler has helped in some way. My Doctor has made me an appoinment with an asthma clinic in my local hospital and I have the appointment in three weeks time. But I really do think it is not asthma. Surely the reliever medicine would be more helpful, also my peak flow would be worse I think?? Also the only time I was wheezy is when I had the bad cold. Surely I would feel chest tightness and wheeziness?? In summary I have found my cough can be set off by:Crumbly or flakey foods Hot, spicy or even pepper in food Not drinking loads of water in the daytime. A Hot environment...ie: sitting on a hot busExercise or walking a lotNot taking my steroid spray the day beforeI have found my cough is helped by drinking tons of water. I permantely walk around with a drinking bottle (very annoying) It can also be eased somewhat by drinking water during an attack.Also my cough begins to get worse towards the end of the evening at dusk. Then worsens went I lie down and sometimes I will wake cough for a while, drink water then go back to sleep. Then wake again an hour later, drink water and go back to sleep again.However, some nights I will have a little cough when I lie down and then sleep all the way through the nightAlso sometimes when my throat is really itchy and I have had a bad day of coughing, I find I cannot talk much without coughing inbetween sentences and talking to people becomes difficult to do.Finally, other symptoms that occur at the time of a coughing fit which can occur several times a day..to all day. And last from one minute right up to 15 is :Streaming nose, which I have to blow while coughingCoughing up loads of watery phelgm Occasionally retching and vomitingStreaming eyes which go blood shotExtremely itchy tickly throatGasping for air between coughsI am now into the sixth month of this coughing. And although it is not as bad as it was a few months back it is still a major problem for me and makes me feel so down at times. Also I think my children need a break from rushing to grab me some water everytime I start to cough! lol ...Any feedback will be much appreciated....
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  • I too have this cough that will not go away. I have had it for 3 months now. At first, the doctor was treating me for a sinus infection. I was put on 10 days of Biaxin. That didn't work, so they put me on another 10 days of Biaxin. In the beginning, I was exhausted all the time. After taking the antibiotics, some of the symptoms did go away, but the cough remains. Then, another doctor told me that I had sinusitis and he put me on another 14 days of Biaxin, gave me a breathing treatment and said he thought I had asthma. The breathing treatment did help a little, but not much. Basically, I have been on biaxin for 34 days and still have the cough. I am still coughing up phlegm (spelling), which you would think after that many days of antibiotics that I wouldn't have anything left in me. I don't sleep well at night, because the cough wakes me up. I understand about the other poster that mentioned coughing so much that it is causing bladder problems. I have tried cough medications, but nothing seems to help.
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  • Did any of you that suffer from this persistant cough notice that it started soon after receiving your flu shot? Don't know if there is a connection, but I took a flu shot due to underlying asthma and age (54) and within days had some kind of lung congestion diagnosed as a viral bronchitis. To make a very long story short, I was never terribly sick, just chronically fatigued, wheezing cough with lots of mucus, sinus congestion, in and out of doctor's office. That started last November and I still have nasal congestion off and on and a productive, wheezy cough despite all kinds of treatments.
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  • Did any of you notice this long lasting cough started after receiving your flu shot? It may not be connected, but I was diagnosed with viral bronchitis less than a week after my shot last November and to make a long story short I still have a chronic, mucus producing cough with wheezing (occasional asthma and age of 54 the reason for flu shot). I haven't had bronchitis before this in years! Been in and out of doctor's office and it seems like everything I have tried hasn't worked.
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  • I just had to respond to this I am just getting over the worst cold I've ever had this past winter. Starting right after Christmas it just went into my chest and I kept coughing on a daily basis all the way up til April. Went to the doctor and he prescribed some antibiotics but the cold would just come back. THen he put me on another stronger antibiotic, prenisone, and an inhaler (abuteral) for Asthma. That wiped it out too for awhile but then naturally caught another cold again. Forced to see a pulmonologist after being diagnosed w/ acute broncitis and now officially diagnosed with asthma. For the first time in my life and have not had allergies that bad before.
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  • A lot of people locally here in the UK also seem to be suffering from long-term cough problems. Mine started 6 weeks ago, first with sore throat and cold symptoms, then onto my chest. Cough was very unproductive. No real fever, but started having night sweats. After 3 weeks, saw doctor who prescribed amoxycillin which seemed to help a bit, but three days after I finished course, symptoms came back stronger. Saw doctor again last Friday and he has prescribed an asthma reliever. I have never had allergy problems in the past. This treatment has made the cough a little more productive but still not stopped it. It is worse at night (post-nasal drip may be reason?) but I don't know what's causing the night sweats. He's sending me for a blood test on Thursday. Personally, I can't see this is whooping cough (which causes quite spasmodic coughing and is very serious). I wondered about TB because night sweats are a classic symptom, but I was inoculated against TB (and whooping cough) when I was a child so surely not that? Perhaps just a virus?
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  • Me again - just wanted to share with you something else I found called Cough-Variant Asthma. "In so called cough-variant asthma, a dry cough, particularly at night, is the only symptom and routine spirometry is normal." I am continuing to research. I actually did not find alot of this stuff 5 months ago - so that is intersting - and much of what I have found is more about children and not adults. I will keep looking.
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  • Have you seen a doctor about it yet? What's been tried so far? It's true for anyone, but especially at 17: ANY cough that lasts for more than a 2-3 weeks needs to be checked medically. I'll also warn you in advance: many doctors -- faced with a pulmonary problem they can't figure out, will simply lump it in their notes as "asthma". It may seem abstract to you at the moment, but believe this: you do NOT want that diagnosis at your age -- it will make you uninsurable later on due to the insane state of health care in this nation. But for this reason, my suggestion is to start with an allergy/asthma specialist, rather than your GP. They also are the best shot to discriminate and diagnose your cough. Best wishes
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  • I have had a cough now going on about two weeks. It started out a dry cough that has turned into the most irritating cough with flem. I will have such severe coughing attacks especially when I lay down. I cant seem to catch my breath during my coughing spells either, and it gets to the point where I am gagging. My husband also has this same cough as well as another family member that does not live with us. I thought that it might be Whooping Cough but am not sure. My three year old had a severe cough for about four days but them it went away and has not returned. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what this might be? I had the same sort of thing early this year, and it lasted 2 months! I ended up going to hospital, as I thought I'd had an asthma attack, as my coughing fits were so severe I'd vomit or nearly pass out. I was told I had an infection in my respiratory tract, and a chest infection. I was also told it would get worse before it got better, and would pass without medication. A few weeks later, it had.:) I cannot say that this is what you have - but it's possible. I'd see a doctor, and if they can't diagnose you, seek a second opinion. Good luck!:)
    Jaime Sommers 6 Replies
    • December 1, 2007
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  • I have just this evening sat down to find online a reason for my persistent cough. It is terrible and hits hard often and at the worst times..when shopping at the store,at my nephews school programs,work and I lose alot of sleep at night because of it.I so far have atributed it to the fact that I had been diagnosed in the past with asthma,chronic bronchitis and have had pneumonea many times..and yes,I smoke (stupid I know) however the cough has been going on for four months or more. Just yesterday while at work (at a hospital) one of the nurses heard me coughing and pointed out that for the longest time she is always hearing me and my hacking cough and then asked me "are you taking blood pressure medicines?" my answer yes two kinds, Zestril and Atenelol.She said that is most likely why I keep coughing. I began checking the meds. side effects and did find that these drugs cause a severe cough and bronchial spasms causing cough that gag you and make you throw up like it happens to me. I will be talking to my Doctor next week about this, there are alternitive b.p. meds that don't cause this. So if you don't know why your cough is so persistent maybe you should check the possible side effects of any meds that you take even if it isn't blood pressure meds. Good luck to all of us with this problem.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 18, 2008
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  • wow really close to my problem.......since I posted in dec. I've went to another dr. one I trust....he has me on yet another antibiotic but he did say a bloodpressure med I am on could be causing.....he did a chest xray which prompted him to sch. a ct of my chest.....don't have the results back yet........well he is thinking chronic bronchitis......and yes smoking also.....so i'm now on chantix I have just this evening sat down to find online a reason for my persistent cough. It is terrible and hits hard often and at the worst times..when shopping at the store,at my nephews school programs,work and I lose alot of sleep at night because of it.I so far have atributed it to the fact that I had been diagnosed in the past with asthma,chronic bronchitis and have had pneumonea many times..and yes,I smoke (stupid I know) however the cough has been going on for four months or more. Just yesterday while at work (at a hospital) one of the nurses heard me coughing and pointed out that for the longest time she is always hearing me and my hacking cough and then asked me "are you taking blood pressure medicines?" my answer yes two kinds, Zestril and Atenelol.She said that is most likely why I keep coughing. I began checking the meds. side effects and did find that these drugs cause a severe cough and bronchial spasms causing cough that gag you and make you throw up like it happens to me. I will be talking to my Doctor next week about this, there are alternitive b.p. meds that don't cause this. So if you don't know why your cough is so persistent maybe you should check the possible side effects of any meds that you take even if it isn't blood pressure meds. Good luck to all of us with this problem.
    Poeticwhispers 3 Replies
    • January 20, 2008
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  • I have a daughter that is 2 and 1/2 years she has a cough for a about a year now, we been to different pedriatricians; her coughing is specially at night or when she naps or it get wrost when she cries, she is been on different medications such as Zirtec, Albuterol for asthma and now on flovent but the doctors do not confirm that she has asthma, does some has someting simillar that can help me??? and also she has been waking up at night because of the cough and ends up vomiting:confused:
    vivininoska 1 Replies
    • January 28, 2008
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  • I think that there is a new virus that is spreading. I have had a recurring cough since November 2007. ( i never get sick BTW)It first started with a cold. The cold went away, then the cough came. I had a fever with it, lost my voice, but i got better after like 7 days. The next time it came back in Dec 07, only the cough came back, no fever, no cold.It also went away after 10 days this time.Then now, Jan 2008, a week after the cough was almost gone. It came back again. Now i have almost lost my voice and i have a dry cough with little phlem. I am loading up on vit C, teas and rest. STaying away from outdoors, smokers and harsh chemicals so that i can get better quicker. I have no idea what is going on , but lots of peole here in the East coast has that same cough. I met a girl who said she has had it for months!!Something is going on. A new virus or mutated cough virus that is spreading. I think lots of people have it here in the east coast.No media has covered this yet. I'm surprised. I live in Oklahoma. July 4, 2008 I was diagnosed with bronchitis and given azithromycin and cough syrup, spitting up green mucus. July 9th, I went back to the doctor because cough had become so violent I couldn't catch my breath during a coughing attack. These severe attacks only accured at night. It seemed my throat closed off. Doctor said my allergies had gone haywire and gave me a steriod shot, Nasacort and Proventil ( emergency bronchodilator). I was already on Claritin (after trying Zyrtec). July 15th, back to Doctor because I was afraid to go to sleep at night because of the nightime attacks, (usually two each night since July 7th). He said I had nocturnal asthma and put me on Symbicort, Allegra and said stay on Nasacort. My chest is not tight and I have no wheezing, only this irritated gravely tickle feeling at base of throat. I found if I allow myself to start coughing, I seem to lose control and it's hard to stop and catch breath so I just swallow real hard until sensation passes to avoid attacks. July 31st, Had chest x-ray and saw Pulmonologist, he said stop taking Symbicort and put me on Protonix for GERD. August 8th back to Doctor, he put me on mega doses of amoxil 1000mg twice a day. Still taking Allegra and Nasacort but stopped Protonix. Still waking at night with severe urge to cough but I don't dare allow myself to cough or it will be uncontrolled and throat will close shut momentarily. I have throughtly cleaned my house and had ducts cleaned plus purchased two air purifiers. I am going to an ENT August 15th. I was breathing great before onset of this Virus(?) or whatever it is.
    pegasus 3 Replies
    • August 11, 2008
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  • Oklahoma here. Just got back from the ENT today and he said my vocal cords and throat have been inflamed from post nasal drip and I am having spasms when I cough which, I guess, explains the uncontrolled coughing fits I had. I am doing so much better on 7th day of amoxil. I finally slept all night last night. I seem to be getting better. So, it wasn't nocturnal asthma afterall. I've seen three different MD's, a Pulmonologist, and an ENT. Nobody has given me a diagnosis as to what it's actually called but hopefully it's about run its course after 46 day's. I live in Oklahoma. July 4, 2008 I was diagnosed with bronchitis and given azithromycin and cough syrup, spitting up green mucus. July 9th, I went back to the doctor because cough had become so violent I couldn't catch my breath during a coughing attack. These severe attacks only accured at night. It seemed my throat closed off. Doctor said my allergies had gone haywire and gave me a steriod shot, Nasacort and Proventil ( emergency bronchodilator). I was already on Claritin (after trying Zyrtec). July 15th, back to Doctor because I was afraid to go to sleep at night because of the nightime attacks, (usually two each night since July 7th). He said I had nocturnal asthma and put me on Symbicort, Allegra and said stay on Nasacort. My chest is not tight and I have no wheezing, only this irritated gravely tickle feeling at base of throat. I found if I allow myself to start coughing, I seem to lose control and it's hard to stop and catch breath so I just swallow real hard until sensation passes to avoid attacks. July 31st, Had chest x-ray and saw Pulmonologist, he said stop taking Symbicort and put me on Protonix for GERD. August 8th back to Doctor, he put me on mega doses of amoxil 1000mg twice a day. Still taking Allegra and Nasacort but stopped Protonix. Still waking at night with severe urge to cough but I don't dare allow myself to cough or it will be uncontrolled and throat will close shut momentarily. I have throughtly cleaned my house and had ducts cleaned plus purchased two air purifiers. I am going to an ENT August 15th. I was breathing great before onset of this Virus(?) or whatever it is.
    pegasus 3 Replies
    • August 14, 2008
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  • I'm here to say....BTDT...My cough started last year at this time, as a cold gone wrong. Hacked a dry nagging cough all the way through the holiday season and by January was fed up. Was given three different antibiotics (because by this time I was coughing up chunks of green phlegm) and was given an inhaler (albuterol) and prednisone. The third antibiotic seemed to help the best, avelox. Chest x-ray and ct scan were both clear.I was referred to an allergy/asthma specialist. 200+ needle *****s later, and no positive results for allergies. I have a LONG history of post-nasal drip but NEVER had anything like this outrageous cough. Both internist and asthma specialist say I have asthma but frankly, none of the inhalers have really fixed the problem and I am highly skeptical (hey...btdt too...had unexplained infertility...sometimes, these guys get stumped and just throw a name out there to put a label on your illness..)After a quieter summer (still coughing, etc, sleeping with my inhaler etc), I am back to full blown state, coughing up chunks of green stuff again, gagging and vomiting after bouts of uncontrolled coughing, sore stomach and sides from such severe coughing etc, no sleep, really tired and not able to keep my usual pace. I have HAD it with this xxxx-ing cough!!!I do think my symptoms sound like whooping cough but why is it lingering for such a long time? I am 44 years old, so no doubt any immunization I received as a child has long since lost it's efficacy. I am seeing my internist again on thursday and just left a message for her to call me today because I want to see a pulmonologist asap and don't want to wait for thursday for that referral. Whooping cough tests are NOT effective after 2 weeks. For those of you who are wondering if you have it, the sputum culture will not come back positive after 2 weeks of the bacterium being in your system....and you will typically NOT show the coughing symptoms being complained of here, during that period of time....only the cold symptoms that precede the cough. What this is I do not know. I am not taking BP meds...so that's not it. I do NOT have a history of asthma and I think it unlikely that I have had such an acute onset of it at this point in my life especially since NONE of the typical asthma meds have helped to control this...Apparently, I don't have pneumonia or lung cancer (which sadly, has concerned me too)...Viral? Probably...but I'll tell you what...this thing has GOT TO GO! This is WAR! I'll let you all know what we do and how it goes!Cyndi
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    • November 3, 2008
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  • Like others, hate to see so many people have this cough, but also glad at the same time. My 4 yr old has had it off and on for the past year. I seem to remember it only being worse in the winter time. Last year, they thought he had asthma, but when I took him to a different doctor, he checked out fine and was better through the spring. I had been talking to his doctor about having his adenoids removed b/c his 5 yr old brother had his removed when he was 3 and did so much better (as did most of the people on both sides of the family have had done). In July of last year his doctor, who was the best in Indiana, moved 2 hours north to go to work for Riley, which was a huge let down for us, but at the same time, was a huge thing for her. She was extremely thorough and went over everything, everytime we saw her. She had him memorized to a "T" as she did every patient. Now, the doctors that were in her office seem to just give a quick fix, and if that doesn't work, they say let it take it's course. My son had this cough about 3 weeks ago and I called the doctor to see if she would call him something in and they told me to give him Delsym at night and let him cough during the day. He was over it in 4-6 days. Now, doing the same thing, it doesn't seem to be letting up. I haven't taken him to the doctor this time b/c last year all the times we took him, they never got rid of the cough completely and we spent about $8,000 in dr bills for the kids and this cough. I'm debating on what this cough is. If it doesn't getting better in the next 4 days or so I may have to get him to the doctor, though conisdering on moving him to another doctor that my sister-in-law takes her kids to in the next county. I just want to know what this is and how to get rid of it. I thought for a while that it could be a result in Global Warming. With all the polution going on and we have a local plant in town that has caused PCB contamination in the waters on the other side of the county. They say that it's not that though..Any idea's or such, please let me know..he was just up about an hour ago coughing so bad that he vomitted through his nose and was having a time with catching his breath. If I hadn't been through this before, he'd be in the ER. But like I said, we've been there done that so many times in the past, that it's just a waste of time, money and not worth getting him out in the 4 degree weather we are having now for them to tell us to let it run it's course. Thanks, Helpless in Indiana
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    • January 17, 2009
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  • I have a daughter that is 2 and 1/2 years she has a cough for a about a year now, we been to different pedriatricians; her coughing is specially at night or when she naps or it get wrost when she cries, she is been on different medications such as Zirtec, Albuterol for asthma and now on flovent but the doctors do not confirm that she has asthma, does some has someting simillar that can help me??? and also she has been waking up at night because of the cough and ends up vomiting:confused:my son is 5months old and has a cough but only at night when he go's to bed as well i don't like it and i rubbed vicks vapor rob on his chest and back and it make's the cough go away. maybe u should try that to see if it works were in CHARLOTTE NC. I also have the bad cough my mom say's that i have had it for at least a month now i went to the doctor and they gave me nose spray it help's some along with the vick's too
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    • February 6, 2009
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