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Coughing up transparent jelly. Eaten icecreams, not worn sweater in winter. Tried ayurvedic and allopathic medicine

cough up transparent jelly while i cough sometimes.... its more when i cough right after meal and when i woke up in morning its very mild or next to nill as day passes i also can also sense(not audible) some cough in chest with my hands and breathing in through mouth .......iam all fit otherwise not having any problem besides it ...its around 1 year now with this and it started with a severe cough consequence of having icecreams and without sweater on during winters...plz tell whats my problem ... i tried ayurvedic and alopethic but all in vain.!!
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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What it looks like from your symptoms is that you are coughing out white mucus like sputum. As you also hear some sound in your chest and its like gurgling sounds it feels that you are suffering from chronic bronchitis.
You have not mentioned whether u are smoker or not.
And as it occurs more during winters and has been there for the whole year almost i feel it allergic.
Get your PFT test done to rule out any obstructive disease like asthma and bronchitis
Answered: Fri, 20 Sep 2013
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