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Acute Bronchitis

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Follow up with a doctor.
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Acute bronchitis usually improves without seeing the doctor  within a few weeks. Even with improvement, a lingering cough may remain...
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your lungs
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What KIND of inhaler? There are many, many types. Since I do not know this information or anything about you and your medical history, I would...
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Steroids are used for inflammation, and since most bouts of bronchitis area viral, antibiotics will not help unless there is a secondary bacterial...
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Shortness of breath is a symptom that should be evaluated by a doctor.I am unaware of iron infusion therapy causing SOB. I had iron infusion...
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Two common reasons for three year olds to have a on-going cough: Undiagnosed asthma and day-care attendance.  If you have a family history...
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In the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control has a "catch-up" vaccination schedule (http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/) but I am not...
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Everyone goes through post opt, they check everything before surgey, my best guess is no, because you will go under general anesthesia you can not be...
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this.Acute bronchitis can only be diagnosed by physical examination. It's risky to self-diagnose...
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Acute bronchitis is usually caused by a virus. It is more common during the winter months and often develops after an upper respiratory illness such...
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There are no routine tests to diagnose acute bronchitis. Diagnosis is usually based on your medical history, including your symptoms, and a physical...
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Most cases of acute bronchitis go away in 2 to 3 weeks. Home treatment may help you feel better.Home treatment may include:Relieving your cough by...
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Most cases of acute bronchitis in otherwise healthy people go away in 2 to 3 weeks. You generally only need nonprescription medicines to treat your...
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You can help prevent acute bronchitis by:Avoiding cigarette smoke. If you smoke, stop. People who smoke or are around others who smoke have more...
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