Hi guys, I've been having some abnormal coughs lately. I feel no other symptoms in any part of my body, it's just that when and if I cough, it's harder than normal to suppress. I produce no phlegm or other fluids. All that seems to be wrong is this harder-to-suppress-than-normal cough. I've had this cough for about 4-6 weeks and it is not related to colds in any way. Even when I am healthy, I will cough in this manner. It also doesn't matter how I cough. Whether water goes down the wrong way, or I take a hit to the chest or whatever, the coughing is the same.
I've posted in other forums and they say that I have a yeast infection in my lungs. I'm about to go grab some pills from a pharmacy as they suggested.
For some background, yes, I may have smoked some "herbs" and they might have been moldy, I'm not positive on that.
Can taking yeast infection pills potentially impact me negatively? Do I stand to lose on this risk? Also, what are the chances of this cough just passing by? It's been a couple months with no signs of improvement, yet no signs of development either. I'll wait for a response before I go ahead and self-medicate haha, but please help! :(
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