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Treatment of Bronchiectasis
Treatment of Asthma
Treatment of Tuberculosis
Treatment of Shortness of Breath
Treatment of Pneumonia
Treatment of Bronchitis
Treatment of Asphyxia
Treatment of COPD
Treatment of Sleep Apnea
Treatment of Persistent Cough
Treatment of Fluid in the chest
Treatment of Occupational Lung Disease
Treatment of Asbestosis
Treatment of Sleep Disturbance
Treatment of Breathing Problems
Treatment of Lung DIseases
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I start getting problem in breathing (bronchitis of) in some conditions like; 1. If I do some heavy work like running, climbing or similar physical tasks. 2. Some time from specific smell /odour it starts. 3. If sometime I laugh very much then also the problem starts. Once problem in breathing starts it persists whole night. I get incomplete breath/ suffocation and a sound comes from chest like it has got jam in the very place please suggest. It troubles me alot.
I am 26 years old I have cold with cough in all seasons of year. I went to ayurvedic hospital for curing it, doctors said it is sinus and I have taken the treatment of sinus for 1 month but these medicines was not much effect this problem. Please suggest what should I do now?
I had Tuberculosis in 2012 I take properly 6 months medicine for that. But in winter I get coughing morning nd evening mainly what I do. Is my tuberculosis is not properly diagnosed But doctors tell your xray and cough test are normal.
Hello I always get tonsillitis when I drink cold and from that I get fever and etc so what should do in this heat such that I never get tonsillitis even when I drink cold. Please help me with this.
I am 39 years old from chennai. A week ago seems had some throat infection. Was having little pain when swallowing food and was also coughing. Had around 100 degree fever for 2 days so took dolo 650 one tablet for 2 days. Now no fever for last 2 days and throat pain also not there. But little coughing and body ache and still feel some irritation in throat. Seems some allergy. please suggest.
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