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While lying down a sound comes out from my chest, had mild bronchitis

Hi, 2 months back i had severe cough then one doctor gave me an antibiotic the cough reduced.But even then i had taken a chest X-ray which showed a mild bronchitis .But even now while lying down a sound comes out.I do not know what is the reason.Pls advise
Asked On : Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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If you can hear sound from your chest that means , your breathing isnot normal. The inflammation in bronchi is still present, or may be there is mucus (phlegm) in there . If there are any other symptoms like cough, espcailly with phlegm of any color, please visit your dr again.
You can try homeopathy for bronchitis.
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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I want to know that is this a symptom of T.B?. At present i take Montus medicine.The cough is reduced.Only the sound is coming while lying down without my knowledge.And while sleeping the body shakes little sometimes. Pls advise
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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