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Prolonged cough due to tickling at back of mouth leading to throwing up somethimes. Remedy?

hi, i have had a cough for 3 months now. i have seen a respiratory specialist and he cant figure it out.. i get this tickle in the back of my mouth ... i think it may be my uvula and it makes me start coughing alot, sometimes to the point of me throwing up, my uvula is not enlarged... what can i do to get rid of this cough?? the tickle usually comes when i walk faster or action such as that...
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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Hello Dear.
Welcome here on Health Care Magic Dot Com.
I am very much concern of your problem.
I think I will certainly able to help you out of this condition.
In my view you are suffering psychological trigger cycle of cough.
You have to break this cycle to get rid of this problem.
I will suggest you to break this cycle by your will power, so as to order your body, not to respond to these stimuli of neurological origin.
If you need, you can take help of some mild mood elevator.
Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 13 May 2012
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