Allergic BronchitisDear Doctor(s),
My father is 59 years old and has been suffering from Allergic Bronchitis since long. Recently, he had a pacemaker implanted and I am afraid that the cough attacks are putting too much pressure on his body and the device.
His cough attacks are more severe during the night. He is aware that such attacks are triggered when he is exposed to dust or sudden changes in temperatures (shordi-gormi as it's called in Bengali). We live in Uttar Pradesh where it is extremely hot during summers and causes excessive sweating. The breeze which then blows drys up the sweat causing a temperature change and internally aggravating the cough attack.
Please can you help by suggesting medicines and precautionary measures. If any diet control is required? Me and my family will be eternally grateful for any help offered. Thanks and regards, Anubhav Banerjee
a_banerjee on 2010-06-04
*Your age, height, weight and appearance please.
*Please describe your mental state like you are irritable, calm, worried, depressed, frustrated etc. How are your relations with your close relatives and friends?
*What do you think is the causative factor for your problems?
*Please describe all physical symptoms like headache, backache, peculiar senations, skin dis-orders etc.
*You prefer cold environment and open air or do you prefer warm surroundings.
*At what time of day you as an individual feel better and worse like better in the morning and worse at night.
*How is your sleep?
*How is your sweat? It is less, more or normal? Where do you sweat more like in armpits, head etc.
*How is your thirst for water, cold drinks and hot drinks?
*Whether the complaints aggravate after movements or while taking rest.
*How is your bowel movement? Constipated, loose or normal. How is the digestion?
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