Airway irritation

What is Airway irritation?

It is the response to certain stimuli like endotracheal intubation, foreign bodies, and bronchial asthma.

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I'm checking my meds because I have a cough that will not go away. Cough spasms many times during the day and night. I've seen my primary care doc...

doctor1 MD

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Needs more information

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I am Dr Mittal.
I have read your message.
I would like to ask further details.
Some of the...

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Recent onset (Thanksgiving?). Upper airway irritation. Achy, but no fever. Thin, watery mucous, Lots! Nose spray controlled. So I quit, when it...

doctor1 MD

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Upper respiratory tract infection

Detailed Answer:

Thanks for the query

It looks like you have recurrent upper tract infection...

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i have been sick with flu like symptoms since being diagnosed with walking pneumonia 6 months ago. when I cough my back hurts about 4 inches up the...

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afer treatment of pneumania with antibiotics there are development of allergy due to decreased immunity
and most common is sinuses
there is post...

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