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Sinus never stop dripping

How can I get control of sinus drip into my lungs.

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posted 12 days ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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Will ask my Pulmanary doctor! Thanks!

posted 9 days ago

Cough plus Green Phlegm....

Ive had a bad cough for ONE Month with unending Green Phlegm.....Been on 2 courses of oral Antibiotics....steroids and Inhalers....Nothing has helped...Any Advice Plz.....

tags: Help!!!

edited, originally posted 10 months ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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I agree 110% an infection is something you fool around with .....It can literally be life and death. Like BarbaraDouglass I to have wound up on life support because I… read more

posted 10 months ago

Does anyone know any tricks to getting medical help?

I was diagnosed with Cervical cancer and given Medicaid for six months. Two conilizations and a hysterectomy later, I was found to have lymphoma in my stomach. I have been given 2 years of chemo and been in remission 1 year. I have not had any medical help through the whole time. I developed pneumonia in 2014. After dismissal from hospital, I was referred to a pulmonologist. I have no job. No one will hire me with the cancer and COPD. No one will accept me and… read more

tags: Medical help

posted 6 months ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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Check with local state social services. They'll help you figure out what you're eligible for. You can't be denied health insurance because of pre-existing conditions;… read more

posted 6 months ago

Should I be concern, he & the dr don't seem to be worried

My husband has coughing sessions where his face puffs up he looses his talking,hands shake & is not coherant. This lasts 30-40 seconds. I call his name and he gives me the thumbs up sign when he comes out of it. What should I be doing to help him

tags: coughing

posted over 1 year ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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Leaning forward actually does help. An anti-anxiety medication helps too - when you get short of breathe you get anxious, and the more anxious you get the more short… read more

posted over 1 year ago

SpirivaI have developed a cough since taking Spiriva, any one else find this?

I get a dry cough especially when I go to bed and then in the morning when I wake up. Started this and think maybe it is the Spiriva that has caused it but not sure.

tags: Dry cough

edited, originally posted 12 months ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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I was on Spiriva didn't cough from it. Now on Tudoza my insurance co. no longer covers Spiriva.

posted 11 months ago

I have been on steroids and helped for the four days but as soon as I stopped them, cough was back. Any one any advice?

tags: chronic cough

posted 12 months ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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I was on 63 prednisone plus 3 rounds of antibotics since christmas eve. I think the bronchitis is finally gone.

edited, originally posted 12 months ago

Coughing only at night

I have moderate COPD but I only tend to cough real bad when I lay down at night unless I really over exert myself that is anything to help me not cough so bad at night?

tags: night cough

posted over 1 year ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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I used to use peppermint candy before I quit smoking to stop my coughing. It worked. At the time I could only sleep on my left side.. Now I can sleep any way I want… read more

posted over 1 year ago

Chronic cough

Does everyone with COPD have a chronic horrendous cough? OR is the cough related to asthma? I have the chronic all the time. I have found that some of the coughing spells are triggered by several different smells. Anyone else experience. I do have asthma as well as the chronic bronchitis. Thanks in advance for your comments.

posted 2 months ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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Where do you get marshmallow root? I have never heard of it before.

posted 12 days ago


Does anyone in the UK know if there is any medication you can get to help get mucus up ? and do we constantly have mucus ? as sometimes i feel like i haven't got any but been told it's always there and we need to get it up

tags: cough up mucus

posted 6 months ago by A MyCOPDTeam User
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Mucolytic tablets or capsules
Mucolytics, such as carbocisteine, make the mucus and phlegm in your throat thinner and easier to cough up. They are particularly… read more

posted 5 months ago
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