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shaandar shaandar 31-35, F 10 Answers Mar 27, 2013 in Self Improvement

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It's so nasty but eat a table spoon of honey, When I had bronchitis I ate a teaspoon like twice a day. It coats your throat and stops the tickle. Relief and it beats taking medicine.

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Codeine. Best cough suppressant there is!

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Could be anything from allergies to throat cancer. Go see a doctor.

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You're welcome to block me if you don't want to see what I have to say. I'm just illustrating that the possibilities are too broad for anyone except a doctor to properly advise on. A persistent cough and throat tickle - that's what got me to stop smoking because a doctor raised throat cancer as one of the possibilities.
If you want to go all IWK and engage me, next time do so without the ad hominem.

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talk to your doctor...could be postnasal drip, acid reflux, allergies, all are easily controlled with medication.

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I think it's a allergy, ask doctor.

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This could be caused by MANY things. Do see your doctor!

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SOUNDS LIKE AN ALLERGY-ASK YOUR DOCTOR

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