Thanks for your query
If you are a smoker then you should quit it completely as soon as possible and if not possible totally you should quit it in a phased manner.
Secondly pneumonia may be associated frequently with chronic bronchitis
though absence of fever goes against the presence of pneumonia.
You must have the following tests at the very outset before starting any treatment
1. routine blood investigations
2. sputum gram staining and culture sensitivity
with bronchodialator reversibility
4. chest x-ray PA view
5. sputum for acid-fast bacilli smear
Consult a pulmonologist
and get yourself locally examined.
depending upon the report of the above tests you may have to start inhalers, oral antibiotics
, nasal spray
, oral bronchodialators to control your symptoms.
I think my informations will be of help to you.
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