Cough Accompanied By Pain?
Good morning, I want to ask if you cough when you take a bath, why? And accompanied by pain under the stomach and often occurs in the morning
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Coughing is a way of the body's defense to expel substances or particles that are harmful to the respiratory tract. Can be phlegm, bacteria, dust, cigarette smoke, and so forth. So actually, cough should not occur when bathing because bathing does not interfere with the respiratory system.
Even so, in some people, the cold water in the shower in the morning can trigger nausea reflexes which, when in the end encourage stomach acid to rise and enter the digestive system, can lead to coughing. Of course this still has to be confirmed again by how long you have experienced this, whether you experience coughing at other times, whether there are psychological factors that play a role and so forth. To be sure, the best step is to check directly with a general practitioner. But if it's not too annoying and the cough and pain just disappear after a shower, this condition is actually not dangerous.
Meanwhile, to reduce complaints, try taking a shower with warm water and do it slowly by wetting both feet first, then up to the stomach, chest, and head. Do not flush directly from the head. So, hopefully answering your question.