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Severe cough, vomiting clear, odourless, tasteless liquid, pain near gall bladder. Treatment for cough?

I HAVE HAD THIS COUGH FOR @ LEAST A YR IT IS TO THE POINT THAT SOMETIMES I COUGH AND GAG UNTIL I VOMMITT UP CLEAR,ODOLESS,TASTELESS LIQUID 4 OR 5 TIMES A DAY EVERYDAY I HAVE HAD CT,X RAYS,BLOOD WORK , SWALLOW TEST AND THE LIGHT RAN DOWN MY THROAT BUT THEY SAY THEY CAN T FIND ANYTHING I ALSO W/IN THE LAST TWO WEEKS STARTED HAVING A CONSTANT BUT LIGHT PAIN ON MY RIGHT SIDE MY GALLBLDDERR HAS BEEN REMOVED OVER THIRTY YRS AGO MY UTERUS & RIGHT OVARY HAS ALSO BEEN REMOVED 12YRS AGO
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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If the cough is from last 01 year u should have a chest xray and Sputum culture for AFB and Zn staining to rule out T.B and chest CT scan to rule out chronic bronchitis. The pain may be due to lower lobe pneumonia or u can Say Lower respiratory tract infection
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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