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Diagnosed with acute bronchitis, persistent mild dry cough, no fever or blood in sputum. Reason?

from my RX, i told by a radiologist that i was having acute bronchitis 1 month ago. i went to GH and they did a few TB tests on me. My cough is getting better now but yeah I still having a mild dry cough and chest pain on the areas where the acute bronchitis shown on the RX. I don t have fever and I don t cough any sputum or blood. What should I do? Any test for bacterial or viral infection?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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It can be beacuse of the past viral bronchitis. It may be just a post viral hyperreactive airway disease
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