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Dry cough asthma or not
I have more than 2 months dry cough i have take clarid 250 mg for 5 days..... augmentin 375 3 times for 7 days..after that leflox 500mg for 10 days..i have weight loss 3 kg ...i feel heavy throat... when i go in Ac room cough starts...it is asthma or allergies ...TB i have done CBC NORMAL ONLY anemia shows ...ige levels is normal
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I feel you have some allergic phenomenon Try for some bronchodilators
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Avoid cold and cold items dust etc Avoid a.c. increase the temp do not stay directly in front of the a.c. vent
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It's obvious it's not cough due to infection, appears to be allergic cough take allegra 120 MG tablets once a day
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Mostly due to allergy ,Tab Montair Lc 1 tab once daily at night for 21 days,Syr Ascoril ls 1 tsf twice daily for 1weeks,Steam inhalation twice daily.
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Get a direct laryngoscopy examination , need to rule out acid reflux
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