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Cough, rumbling in chest while coughing, numbness in throat. Causes and cure?

hi i have had a really chesty cough that i am getting rumbling in my chest when im coughin, i originally thought it was b/coz i had givern up smoking and thats y never went to docs b4 now, im not coughin anything up and no1 im quitting with has it! i have had it for over a week now and just about to have my bathroom ripped out and all this coughin is makin my throut numb. dont suppose u r able to tell me what this mite be plz.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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THANKS FOR YOUR QUERY.
HISTORY SEEMS THAT YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION OR SMOKER'S PNEUMONIA

YOU NEED TO TAKE A BROAD SPECTRUM ANTIBIOTIC LIKE LEVOFLOXACINE 500MG TWICE A DAY OR AMOXICLAV 625MG TWICE A DAY FOR THREE DAYS

ALONG WITH IT TAKE ANTI HISTAMINICS LIKE LEVOCET. AND MUCOLYTIC LIKE AMBROXOL
AVOID COLD AND JUNK FEEDS, ALCOHOL AND SMOKING.

TAKE COMPLETE BED REST FOR ATLEAST A DAY.

MANY THANKS AND TAKE CARE, BYE.
Answered: Wed, 14 Aug 2013
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