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Heavy cough with mucus, profuse sweating. after quit marijuana smoking, recently started exercising. What should be taken?

Hello, A couple weeks ago I started coughing heavily with mucus , i thought it was because of marijuana smoking so I stopped and started taking mucinex cough syrup . After I finished the bottle I bought mucinex dm and have been taking that for a couple days. I dont cough much now but when i do its rough. Also, when I stopped smoking I started getting cold sweats at night, my sheets would be soaked, and I am still getting the sweats now even though i smoke from time to time to help myself fall asleep. I also started excercising a bit more so maybe thats why ive been sweating? Ive noticed that I sweat after walking for 5 minutes, never had that before. Should I keep taking mucinex or do I need something stronger? I don t feel sick by the way, just minor throat irration in the morning
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. I am glad that you stopped using marijuana. Though there is not an identified symptom list for withdrawals from that substance, various people have reported symptoms similar to yours and there have been case reports of death from the substance as well. I believe that you should visit with and consult a psychiatrist to find out the right medication for you. I believe exercise is good for health, however the symptoms seem ominous and you need medical attention. So please visit with and consult a local doctor who can redirect you to the right resources as soon as possible.

I hope this helps. Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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