Continuous Coughing And Vomiting?
Good evening, I want to ask I have been coughing for almost 3 months, and have already been treated, went to the doctor of internal medicine, checked for negative blood Tbc and in rogten also said there was a lung infection, already 2x rogten he said the virus had improved in the lungs and had already been treated but the cough had not healed , and I cough when I like to vomit, but I also have a heartache, and like to be feverish, my bb drops dramatically 8kg, and I threw up a little but I didn’t bleed a little or from a persistent cough or from my teeth, am I positive about tuberculosis?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bloody cough is not a sign of tuberculosis. Many other conditions besides tuberculosis that can cause a person to experience a bloody cough, include:
And it could also be other causes depending on the results of the examination. Our advice, even though your steps are right enough to check yourself with an internist, because this is more focused on the respiratory system, check yourself to a pulmonary doctor for further examination. Your lung doctor should be more master of any disorders that exist in the respiratory system. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
For vomiting alone, this can happen because when coughing, there is an emphasis on the stomach which can trigger vomiting if it occurs repeatedly, especially if you do have heartburn, which causes your stomach acid levels are already high. By seeing a doctor and handling cough complaints, these accompanying symptoms should eventually disappear as well.
Meanwhile, avoid exposure to dust, smoke and cigarettes, multiply the consumption of warm drinks mixed with honey, ginger and lemon, take a bath or warm bath, consume chicken soup, and eat throat lozenges. So, hopefully answering your question.