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Prolonged cough and change in voice
My father age 58 Have prolonged dry and productive cough for last 2 year He is non smoker take bp medicine His x ray report normal Sputum test report upper respiratory flora Ige high and eosinophils high He some time have dry cough and some time have productive cough He take many cough syrup but when he take cough syrup his cough is worse Dctr prescribe him formoflo 250 after taking this his cough improve but not gone fully Few days ago he have productive barking sound like cough after that he has deeper voice Cough is little bit better but voice is deeper for last 10 days Is this is very serious issue like lung cancer ?? I think that because he has two symptoms voice change and cough for 2 year
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Hi. I understand your concern. Do a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and reports to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription for the same
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Mostly not looking like cancer But should be evaluated fully please consult for further evaluation with a pulmonologist
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Looks more of allergic airway disease Continue inhaler Consult a pulmonologist with detailed history and reports for uncontrolled symptoms and voice change
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unlikely ca..but rule out differentials over a consult
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May be due to Allergy. Pl identify the Allergens and avoid them.pl consult pulmonologist with detailed history and reports and treatment taken for better evaluation and treatment.
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