Spinal Pain, Cough?
Good afternoon, I want to ask why yes lately I often experience a cough that feels itchy in the throat until sometimes while wanting to vomit, then like to be accompanied by phlegm or saliva with blood. In addition, I also felt other symptoms such as continuous belching, spinal pain (especially when coughing), dizziness, back pain, fatigue and chest pain. I have already checked with the doctor, it’s just that the doctor only prescribed medication and it’s not determined what the illness. So I want to ask the symptoms, including what disease? Because I read – read a lot of the same symptoms like that.
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Coughing is a respiratory response to prevent foreign objects and other substances from entering the respiratory tract. Cough can be productive (phlegm) or non-productive (dry cough). Coughing can last for a short time, or persist for a long time. Cough accompanied by phlegm and blood spots need to be explored further. Need to know about when the symptoms appear, how long has the cough been felt, whether accompanied by night sweats, weight loss, a history of contact with tuberculosis patients, or any other complaints experienced such as fever, spasms, allergic history, or history of channel disease repeated breathing that has been experienced before.
Conditions of phlegm and recurring cough can be caused by infections of the respiratory tract of the throat area, repeated irritation of the respiratory tract due to pollution, dust, cigarette smoke, hypersensitivity to the respiratory tract, infections of the lungs caused by tuberculosis or pneumonia (generally accompanied by coughing, tightness, and fever). In addition it is necessary to do a physical examination, especially in the chest area and can be done electrocardiogram and chest radiograph if there are indications. Also note the general health and fitness condition of your body, whether you are going through a tiring job, pain in the chest or spine whether caused by collision or lifting heavy objects, narrowing of the spinal gap that affects the nervous system, muscle disorders in the area chest or cardiovascular disorders that cause chest pain, belching that is experienced can be caused by disorders of the digestive tract.
It should be noted that the condition of a regular diet, if you really have indigestion can manage your diet with small and frequent portions, avoid eating spicy and acidic foods, drinks containing caffeine and soda. Avoid activities that are too heavy like lifting heavy objects, or strenuous exercise. Ensure drinking enough water and adequate rest every day. The symptoms that you experience can be a medical condition with different underlying causes. It is recommended to follow the treatment regimen given, then control back to the relevant doctor so that you can follow-up related to your condition.
Hopefully this information can help you,