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Severe cough, have intense pain in chest area, muscle spasms. What could the cause be?

Can a muscle get caught on a rib? I have been coughing very badly for 4 weeks now. Finally we got the cough under control. I am still coughing a little but nothing like before. I had been suffering from sever pain in my right chest area. There was pain but also sever muscle spasms. This morning I coughed felt a ping and all of a sudden much of the pain was gone. I mean I still have some and are taking it easy but can that happen?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Hi,wellcome to hcm,you should take turmuric tea (one spoon turmuric powder with one cup of milk ,add one spoon cow'ghee in this and boil it for 5 to 10 minuts) in every morning.white onion is very should rub white onion on the cough area .you get more relief in bed time you give cow'ghee massage on the paining should avoid spicy food and soft should take swaskuthar ras,and vasa syrup(ayur.medicin).take care
Answered: Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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