Cough With Green Phlegm And A Little Blood?
Hello,rnI want to ask, 3 days ago at first I had pain to swallow, then my voice was getting hoarse and now it’s coughing up phlegm and a runny nose, I coughed up green phlegm, but earlier there was very little blood mixed in my green phlegm , but only once after that green phlegm, how’s that?
Swallowing pain is one of the signs that is quite often encountered in problems in the respiratory tract and digestive tract. In this case the pain is caused by inflammation in the throat area. This inflammation can be caused by many things such as:
upper respiratory tract infections such as pharyngitis irritation of the throat by stomach acid throat injured by swallowing sharp objects such as fish bones, ice cube fragments irritated throat for example from swallowing corrosive substances (usually in suicide attempts) Regarding respiratory infections, this condition is often accompanied by symptoms such as cough, cold, fever, and decreased appetite. In addition, coughing can also produce phlegm, which can explain more or less there is an allergic reaction in it. Green phlegm usually reflects a bacterial infection, while blood spots can occur when coughing too hard, or it could be due to certain infections such as tuberculosis. In addition to consuming enough fluids, eating nutritiously, and sleeping at least 7-8 hours, we recommend that you consult a doctor directly to determine the real cause of your condition. Here we attach an article about coughing up blood. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief