Learn about coughs, (acute, chronic, or persistent), which can have common causes such as infections, or chronic (persistent) cough may be caused by medication, reflux disease, or lung conditions.
A cough you’ve had for three weeks or less is most likely due to the common cold.Unfortunately, this cough—which is mainly a dry cough, with some clear mucus—can persist for a month or more after the rest of your symptoms are gone.
Tickle in Throat: Causes, Constant with Dry Cough, How to Get Rid, Treatment
See a GP if: you’ve had a cough for more than 3 weeks (persistent cough) your cough is very bad or quickly gets worse, for example – you have a hacking cough or can’t stop coughing
Different kinds of sore throats: viral, bacterial, and those caused by dryness — and things you can do about them.
A dry cough is a cough where no phlegm or mucus is produced. Dry coughs are often caused by viral illnesses such as colds and flu, but can also be caused by allergies or throat …
A cough might be the first warning sign that, yep, you’re coming down with a cold or the flu. (Nooo!) But a cough can also be due to acid …
One of the first clues that you are coming down with a cold is an uncomfortably dry, scratchy feeling at the back of your throat, while at the same time