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Cough, gas trouble. History of eosinophilia. Have high cholesterol

Sir, My name is Rajil. Age 28. I m suffering from cough ( saliva clot type) and gas trouble also minor pain on chest in sometimes more than 2 yrs. I had contacted experts in this field. After the check up (x ray & CT chest scan), they told me no need to worry much- its because of ur cholesterol level is little high- serum cholestrol 242 mgs./dl. was at that time. Through proper exercises and food habits with in 4 months I could reduce that level to 195 mgs./dl.- HDL is- 40 mgs & LDL is 140 mgs now. But still now I m suffering from this cough and gas trouble issue. I contacted some other doctors, but no improvement. I had isnophilia issue some yrs back. I don t know whether this cough problem related that.I hope I ll get a good advice from this site
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Hi Rajil, I am Dr. Samiron Roy, your ENT Splst.
Your primary problem is Hyper-acidity. This causes sour eructions ,heart burn, nocturnal laryngeal spill over, and chronic dry non-productive cough.
Your treatment:-
1.Tab Pan D 1 tab OD CM,
2.Tab Digene 1 tab TID to be chewed after each meal,
3.Hexidine gurgle tid (150ml warm water + 10 ml Hexidine)
4.Tab Rosutec 10 mg 1 tab HS
5. After dinner take a stroll for 15 - 20 min.
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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