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Cold, phlegm, wheezing. Taking montec-lc, temporary relief. Permanent cure to remove phlegm from lungs?

hello, since 12 years am suffering with phlegm and cold,in every 6 to7 months phlegm will accumulates and weezing starts then i went to doctor they will give antibiotic or some montec lc salbutamol and all,it wil give relief but again some time it will starts,I WANT KNOW HOW TO REMOVE PHLEGM COMPLETELY from bronchitis or lungs
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Your treatment and your symptoms are not going in line very well unfortunately. Treatment is mainly for asthma.

You have a tendency to get cold and chest infection. Did you get whooping cough as a child ?
You may have recurrent acute bronchitis.

Ideally you need to have a CT scan of your chest. Check your immune level. Check your sputum for an special bacteria. if you get fever at night with night sweats and weight loss, then you need to check out for TB. It is a completely curable and treatable condition if it is TB. If you have cough mainly at night or in morning you need to have breathing test to check if you have asthma or similar conditions like COPD even though you are very young. I hope you don't smoke. !!
Answered: Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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