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Suffering with chesty cough, without phelgm, vomiting, pain in upper back, hurts. Cure?

I has been suffering with what appeared to be a chesty cough but without phelgm, this then turned into a dry cough, which was so bad I was vomiting quite a lot. I do not feel ill, but every so often I get very hot and flushed and have a pain in my upper back and hurts like hell in the middle of my chest if I now cough, so much so it feels like my heart is impolding, which is scaring me. It will be a year on the 3rd that I have given up smoking , I still drink alcohol regualry but I now excersice alot, help!
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you have cough, chestpain.. no fever.. not feeling ill rules out infection..
it could be a smokers lung..
see your chest physician for chest x ray, ct scan for seeing any lesions..
all the very best..
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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