Treating Cough With Phlegm To Headache?
2 days I coughed with phlegm and my head hurts when coughing until the blood comes out of my head.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Coughing up phlegm, headaches and nosebleeds can occur due to a condition that occurs continuously or several different diseases that happen to occur simultaneously. If due to a persistent disease, the pressure that arises when a person coughs can cause the onset of headaches, and especially if accompanied by strong sneezing, can make the thin nasal blood vessels become ruptured and trigger nosebleeds. The cough with phlegm itself can be varied. Could be due to bacterial or viral infections, could be due to asthma, disorders of the respiratory system and much more.
If the disease is separate, then nosebleeds can be due to dry air, the habit of picking the nose too tightly, disruption of the blood clotting system, blood platelet or low platelet levels. While headaches can be due to migraines, tension headaches or cluster headaches.
The point is that we want to convey, the possibility of the condition that you experience is still very broad, especially considering that the condition has only lasted two days. Our advice, you should immediately check yourself to a general practitioner first for further examination. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this examination, including if you need to be referred to a specialist.
Meanwhile, to relieve a cough you can consume warm drinks mixed with honey or lemon, take a bath or warm bath, put warm balm on the chest area, avoid cigarettes, dust and cold air, and get enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.