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Bronchitis, whistling sound on breathing, swollen lymph nodes, nasal congestion, smoker. Treatment?

i am a smoker of three yrs and last yr i had brocitice i did smoke through that. well now when i breath in i have a whistling sound and a stuffy nose all the time a lil cough that comes and goes lots of flem and this weird feeling when i swallow it doesnt hurt also my lymph nodes have been swallon here and there and that comes and goes. i dnt feel any lumps and its not hard to swallow or eat or drink and no blood please help
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Your complaints are typical to a bronchitis patient, therefore you must consult a general physician or pulmonologist for better treatment and quit smoking for better future. Asking for help online as advice can be tolerated but requesting medicine online is not advisable. Because specialists need to check each and every condition of the patient and then only prescribe medicines.

Get well soon.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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