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Severe coughing, throat infection, blood in sputum. Taking cerzin syrup. Suggestions?

Hi, I am,well from past few days i am suffering from extreme cough ,whenever i starts coughing it continues long,and because of that my throat get infected and now when the cough comes,little blood with that cough comes out ,i am taking syrup cerzin A(combination of ambroxol and Cetrizine hydrochloride).so please suggest me what to do to get rid from this problem. Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Bleeding associated with cough is an alarming situation and since there could be various causes ranging from bronchitis to pneumonia to tuberculosis to cancer,you require a visit to your doctor as early as possible so that proper investigations cold be done for he diagnosis.
You may require a x-ray chest along with blood counts and sputum culture at least.
If these tests are insufficient ,then you may require a bronchoscopy or CT scan chest.
Treatment will depend upon the cause.
Answered: Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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