Cough with phlegm-chronicMale, 67 yrs.
Illness: Frequent cough with phlegm. Suffering for many years.
It is irrespective of season, day and night times.
I rarely sleep well. I wake up with congestion, but could not resume sleep for a long time.
I am a strict vegetarian. I could feel phlegm immediately after taking any milk product. I restrict my coffee intake to just one cup in the morning on waking up.
I had constipation problem for a long time, it is not any more.
Earlier I experienced wheezing when coughed, but nowadays I get wheezing when I exert myself with some physical activities, even mild.
Occasionally I feel acute shortness of breath without any presence of phlegm, compelling me to rush to emergency medical help.
I have no heart problem, Angio done; clear, no blockage. Xray shows TB negative.
Current Medication: I take Ant Tart 200 or Caust 200; Phlegm comes out immediately with relief in cough. But the problem continues for years.
Usually, phlegm used to be white or greyish, but of late, it is yellowish or greenish.
I request experts in the forum to kindly suggest me suitable remedy including any suggestion on food habits (south indian). My thanks in advance.
arulpra on 2015-01-29
I am going to list this as
a duplicate post -
bc at this time you are talking
to Fitness about your case.
Fitness is a very good prescriber and in
case things do not progress with Fitness,
then post again and others will help you-
otherwise things will become very confused
♡ simone717 5 years ago
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