Coughs And Colds Have Not Been Cured For 1 Month?
My doctor wants to ask why, I have the flu and cough, it’s been a month and a half, how come it hasn’t healed yet, I’ve been treated 4 times but there are no signs of recovery. Second, I want to ask about my heels hurting, especially if I walk a lot, what is the medicine for heels?
Coughing is a normal airway mechanism for removing waste from your airways. So cough itself is not a disease, but rather a symptom. This cough symptom needs to be watched out for if =
Occurs continuously for more than 2 weeks, especially for the surgical cough type.
Accompanied by tightness
The cough is persistent and difficult to stop making it difficult for you to breathe.
A long cough can be caused by =
Lung infection = tuberculosis, pneumonia, atelectasis, COPD.
Drug side effects.
whooping cough (100 days cough).
To deal with your cough properly, it is necessary to clarify the cause of the cough. For that you need to see a pulmonary specialist if until now there is no change. With a good medical test, the doctor can determine the cause and give you the appropriate treatment.
You can also take several approaches such as staying away from smoke and strong smells, drinking lots of water, avoiding sweet and oily, breathing, getting enough rest and managing stress.
Regarding heel pain can be caused by trauma, foot tendon disorders, plantar fasciitis, fish eye. Of course this requires examination before giving treatment. Treating the disease without doing the examination can not be done.
To reduce pain in the heel you can do warm cold compresses alternately on the sore heel, reduce the habit of using high heels, use additional insoles on shoes on the sore heel, lose weight if you are obese.
I hope this helps.