"Just Google The Mystery Chronic Cough
The Mystery Chronic Cough (a.k.a. habit cough, tic cough, psychogenic cough, irritable larynx syndrome)A typical patient with the chronic cough is described as follows:
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That's great! I hope it works for you. I still have a cough but I think that is my allergies and post nasal, asthma. It's not the same kind of cough as with the spasms. I can positively say I haven't had any spasms for what seems like a LONG time. I was having them 3-5 times a week at minimum. I've had them for so long I stopped paying attention. :-)
Keep me up to date on how you're doing.
Talk to you soon.
Thank you for everything! Never heard of it, but it's got to be better than wearing a pad everyday until I can get this cough under control (I must). I'm guessing you are Canadian? Excuse me for asking, but I cough out tampax, will I cough that out too?
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