Help!! My husband has had a cough and constant throat clearing for 20 years. Had all the tests. It's been driving him nuts and he is becoming depressed. Read your post on the meds you tried. Are they still working?What Dr. can he see to get them? HELP
Hi, Steve. Not sure of you'll get this considering you posted this in 2006 & here we are in 2008 but I'm a single act Ratpack style entertainer and I also have that constant post-nasal drip/throat clearing/coughing and it drives me nuts when I sing. I read up on that Tussionex and sounds envouraging. I'm seeing my Dr April 8 so I will bring it up. I hope that because I take Adalat for high-blood pressure (& it's well controlled), he won't say it's a no-no for this ol' fart.
Are you still taking it? Can it be taken just like a day before my show or 8 hours before? Is that what you do?
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