Respiratory Disorders Treatment

Health Q&A
Repeated chest infections

I have had a two chest infections and three different courses of antibiotics (amoxycilin, anthromycin and doxycycline) in the past month but my cough still won't abate. Every time I finish a course of antibiotics after which I feel better, within a couple of days the fevers and cough return. The cough produces phlegm and triggers my asthma leaving me lightheaded and breathless. It is very frustrating and I am and wondering what to do. It is not whooping cough as I have been tested from it.

Coughing with blood

When I'm coughing small quantities of blood come out with my cough it's happen since 2 days What's its cause Nd how I will release from this

Lung problem

My father 73 yrs old, copd, pulmonary infection. Ct thorax shows non homogeneous opacity,lul, pneumonic lesion in both upper limb. Is it carcinoma?

Chest congestion,shortness of breadth

Shortness of breadth,chest congestion,difficulty to take deep breadth.prone to cold,having food allergy.

Tb treatment

Hello doctor I am age 27 years. Presently I am under the Tb treatment from last 2 months. Initially I have lymph nodes in my neck. My physician done test and said me it is Koch's.then they start medicine AKt 4 .the tablets give me reactions like skin rash, headache. I admitted in hospital nearly 15 days. Then they started medication COMBUNEX 800, CLARIBID 250 along with Ambistryn-s injunction. My treatment was starting before 45 days back.60 injunction are enough??

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Dr. Srigiri S Revadi - Pulmonologist
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Dr. K S Satish - Pulmonologist
Dr. K S Satish Pulmonologist (MBBS, MD - Medicine, MRCP (UK)) 32 years experience Fortis Hospital
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