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Dry cough for last 3 week
I had normal cough and cold 3 weeks back for which I consulted general physician and got meds. Now even after 3 weeks I have cough (dry without mucus) usually quite frequent in the night.
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Dr. Geetika Bansal
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What you are left with is laryngitis with dry irritating throat. It requires larynx soothers. Avoid shouting or continously talking during daytime. Any thing which causes dryness of larynx like honey or hot water should not be taken.
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Dr. Shalini Kushwaha
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Hello. Is there pain in chest also? Fever? Or any associated complain? How is your thirst and your appetite?
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Dr. Manju Lihala
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Dry cough is due to throat irritation. Do warm salt water gargling 3 times a day for few days. If it does not subside then consult your doctor again.
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Dr. Nikhita Palkar
Homeopath 14 yrs exp Mumbai
Hello,Please consult a good Homoeopath. We have excellent medicines for upper or lower respiratory tract infections also laryngitis. Medicine can be targeted for the present complaint with immediate relief,also long term treatment can prevent the recurrence and eradicate your complaints as in attain cure.Thanks and regards.
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