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Sinusitis, cold allergy, coughing, vomitting in the morning, stress, reflux. Advice?

Sir, I had been diagnosed with sinusitis 4-5 years back and the doctor also told me that I am allergic to cold . 2 Years back I have developed a condition wherein in the morning I have a coughing fit and whatever I have ingested comes out. One doctor said it s because of reflux of some kind. But I realised this happens also when I m stressed out. Please advise.
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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Dear Vish, Hello
Allergy to cold result in bronchitis whenever there is change in season. There occurs constriction in your air passage, depending upon cold exposure, resulting in cough, which is usually dry in nature.
Large bouts of cough can result in vomiting due to opening of Lower Esophageal Sphincture.
You should take Antihistaminic after getting yourself full examined by a medical proffessional. Prevention from cold is beneficial.
Following investigation will be helpful:-
1. CBC (Complete Blood Count)
2. Chest X Ray PA View.
I Hope this will be of help to you. Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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