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It sounds like you need something to tone down your cough reflex.  Start with hot tea with honey, but if that doesn't help, something to...
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I think that you will find that when you feel better, you won't need to nap as much.  Your body is telling you to sleep because it does most...
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Make sure you are eating food. Strong antibiotics will tear your stomach up if you are not eating when you take them. They can make you very sick...
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Most cases of bronchitis are viral, and unfortunately, viruses do not respond to antibiotics. They are used, however, if a secondary bacterial...
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Hi With me it was around 6 days till the antibiotics took hold and won the battle of the bugs.Good Luck
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Hi What is below is from rxlist.com, you get answers about drugs from them and they come up with this.dangerously high blood pressure (severe...
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Hi They could well be petechiae, these could be from straining when you cough, they should go in 24 hours.Good Luck
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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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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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my need nebulizer or c-pap
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You need to see a medical professional. If possible, go to the healthcare provider who originally diagnosed you. At least, I'm assuming you had...
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All countries and all continents (including Antarctica). Most cases if bronchitis is caused by respiratory viruses....a few HUNDRED different strains...
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Unfortunately, I do not know the details of your particular case to address your question. Generally, bronchitis is VIRAL and does not require any...
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No. Any pathogens that may be present in the phlegm would be destroyed by the potent stomach acid environment.
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