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Phlegm in throat after cough. No relief with medication. Chest x-ray normal. Remedy?

Hi good day, before I have a cough for almost 1 month, my cough already stop but i noticed I have a phlegm on my throat especially in the morning. I already took medications but since there is no changes. I already done for x ray laboratory to check if there is a problem on my chest, But still the result is negative.. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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You have recently suffered a chest infection that is for 1 month, and now there is no cough.
If sputum is still persisting if there is no reason as X ray chet is normal it will subside in few days time .
But if there is a reason like smoking is there then it may be sign of bronchitis if irritants like continues it may become chronic Bronchitis so avoid any smoking and even any kind of smoke and air pollution and even any kind of chemical fumes.
If you will take care you will improve.
I wish you speedy recovery.

Good Luck
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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