Can A Cold Cough Due To Allergies Be Transmitted To Other People?
Can a cold cough due to allergies be transmitted to other people? That is, other people are infected with the baby, not the allergies. Thanks
Hello sister Silvi,
Cold cough conditions can be caused by conditions such as: Allergies or immune system disorders triggered by contact with certain substances such as cold air, food or certain things trigger a swollen and watery airway reaction, such as allergic rhinitis or bronchial asthma, of course this does not infect other people but is inherited . Respiratory tract infections by bacteria or viruses can infect other people. People with allergic cold coughs do not rule out being infected with viruses or bacteria which then infect other people.
If there is shortness of breath, check the situation to the nearest emergency room to treat asthma recurrence. Consult your condition if you have fever, or a persistent or recurring cold sore, as well as a yellowish or greenish congested cold or phlegm, will be carried out for tests such as lung X-rays, blood hematology, or if necessary sputum examinations. Treatment will be given based on causes such as antibiotics if there is infection, sputum thinning drugs, antihistamines, corticosteroid drugs.
It is recommended that if you have a history of allergies you should stay away from allergy triggers such as cold air, dust, cigarette smoke, certain foods such as nuts, seafood, chocolate depending on the individual, it can be different. Consumption of warm water if you have a sore throat, take paracetmaol if you have a fever. Use warm steam to breathe when it is compressed. or use a special drug that has been available by your doctor if a relapse is present, so that if it is severe, immediately go to the nearest IGS. hopefully useful
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