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Severe cough in morning, had strep throat. Taken Albuterol and cough suppressants. Suggestion?

I had strep throat earlier this month but the doctor said it was a different type of strep. I coughed up the attached image just before it cleared up. Then about three days after that cleared up I started to get a cough. The cough became worse so I went back to a doctor. One said I had walking pneumonia and the other said I had bronchitis . I was prescribed albuterol and a cough suppressant that starts w the letter B. my cough is so bad in the morning when I wake up for about a half an hour and then it eases throughout the day. I get a pain in my back on the left side when I cough. I do smoke cigarettes but have cut down since this started. I have also bought a bunch of OTC stuff as well as a humidifier . I ve spent so much money this month on medical expenses that I just want an answer I can be confident in. Any thoughts?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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ALLERGIES
AS YOU TAKE ANTIBIOTICS AND PARACETAMOL FOR ANY INFECTION AND PAIN THE ALLERGY STARTS AND IT TAKE 3 WK TO GO BY TAKING ANTI ALLERGIC TABS
USE MONTELUCAST 10 M BD
BRONCHODILATOR SYP,CODEINE LINCTUS AND ANTACIDS CAN HELP USE 3 WK
LOW PROTEIN DIET PLENT OF WARM WATER
YOU WILL BE OK
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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