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Why is blood there in my cough ?

Dear Team My age is 24 yrs weight is 78 kg and I am Male. on 23rd wednesday i noticed blood in my cough,it contined to next day (its quantity was very small),on friday it didn t came,again on saturday and sunday it came.On this weeks monday and tuesday cough came but i did not applied much presssure ,and no blood was there, BUT on wednesday at night again blood came it was also sugar sized.I have no fever ,no weight loss only little cough. Also, before 23rd wenesday i was suffereing from chicken pox ,but i took medicine and was cured with 10-12 days. I want to ask why this blood drop is coming? I shall be very thankful to you. Thank You Regards Rahul Singh Please suggest me through mail if possible.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Hi welcome to healthcaremagic

Since you had an episode of attack of chicken pox, there will be congestion of the throat, and also lungs, hence it will induce vomiting, while coughing violently it can lead to rupture of small capillaries in the throat which has resulted in the mild bleeding... Nothing to worry... you need to improve your nutrition and immunity... the bleeding will stop, when the congestion and inflammation settles down... Hope I have answered your question...

Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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