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Continuous cough. Blood test done, urine test shows albumin. Causes for cough?

i m suffering from continous cough doctor suggested me a blood test ...and the report was like..E.S.R: hour A.E.C:230/cumm rapid test for M.P :-ve widal test: 0 1 in 40 dilution AH 1 in 20 dilution :BH 1 in 20 dilution... Urine test: albumin:traces now wat was my prob????
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

You have not mentioned how long!
An X-ray chest and sinuses will help to show any cause.
Raised ESR and trace albumin may be from infection - repeat after a fortnight. Eosinophil count should also be repeated then.
Anti-histamine (like levocetrizine) and cough suppressants (like dextromethorphan or codeine) can help in the meantime. They are available alone and in combinations and your treating doctor may prescribe appropriately.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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