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Coughing phlegm parkinsons

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I am a 73 year old female with Parkinson's, I do not have diabetes and am in general good health ... stuffiness and a cough . Went to walk in clinic yesterday and they gave me an antibiotic (AMOX CLAV 500 mg ...

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I have an extremely sore mouth sore and swollen neck gland. I had a virus recently with coughing up thick, yellow mucous. I also have had Parkinson's Disease for 7 years & take lots of pills for that. ...

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Hi Consultation about my father Age-78 Past - Parkinson and mild Dementia- Using Madopar ... mucus and starts bit of coughing up also after few bouts of vomiting. Even when liquid intake is taken ...

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What is the difference between Parkinson's disease & Parkinsonism? ...

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Is it safe to use an OTC product containing Dyclonine when a person has Parkinson's Disease, and takes meds to treat the syndrome? Presently taking Carbidopa-Levodopa, Lisinopril , Neupro ...

Public Forum Discussions

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are rather strong. However, she produces a lot of phlegm and though she sometimes coughs (or sneezes out ...My Eurasian mother is 91. Been bedridden with late age parkinsons and dementia. She is cared by us ...

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My mother has Parkinson s disease but is otherwise healthy. Over the past few months she has developed excessive sputum that she coughs up which is worse at night and causes her significant ...

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My husband is a Parkinsons patient and he has recently contracted a cold type illness. He ... sounding congested cough and is not interested in eating; this is a big flag to me because he LOVES to eat ...

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I have an uncle who has been diagnosed with Parkinsons disease. We(my family) were told that there are three different types of Parkinsons disease and were wondering if this is correct. We were told ...

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My husband has Parkinson s disease and he takes Azilect. I was told not to get the DM but the only ... he take for a cough? His doctor s office still has not returned my call and it is almost 3:30pm. I ...

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just took my dad to the hospital..he is diagnosied with parkinsons...he s coughing blood ...the cough actually triggers every night when he gets to sleep..he also has an involuntary movement of his ...

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been treated with steriods. Recently since 3 years she is suffering from parkinsons disease which is now progressed. This time she has chest infection and with productive cough si she is taking cefurxime ...

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My 80 year old mother was diagnosed w/Parkinsons Disease about 8 years ago. She is having severe problems with coughing up clear phelm in the mornings constantly for about 2 hours. It gags her and she can ...

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My dad is 82 diagnosed with Parkinson s a few years ago. He has been bedridden since 4 months now. Severe dysphasia and recurrent coughs and prolonged hiccups. He is on Syncapone every 8 hours ...

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. this morning I was coughing half a teaspoon of bloody sputum I have Parkinson s for 15 years ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Dear Friend. Young onset Parkinson's needs to be clearly diagnosed and drug induced Parkinson's and Parkinson plus needs to be ruled out. Ask in details.

doctor1 MD

Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum In short: It is controllable Explanation: Till now with medications we can control the symptoms of parkinsonism. It is due to decreased dopamine in brain. So, it can be controlled. All the best.

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Treatment depends on severity. And in general a controllable disease. But you have to provide Me complete details for a better answer