Over the last 2 weeks, my father have had 5 attacks of blacking out after coughing. These blackouts last for just seconds( 20 secs)
and seem to be increasing in frequency. sometimes vommiting also.
Admitted in hospital for 5 days, doctors did all the testings till ct scan but they did not find anything.
still its the same condition.
I checked you also got that problem?
please help and mail at ***@****, anooprungta at gmail *******
Hi Carl, I have the same thing - since late June 2013 and now here we are in December. My sharp tickle in my throat is pure HELL and I cough a lot, and suddenly…. No escape - I just have no choice but to cough! I wen to an ENT and to my primary care. I am taking prilosec and claritin, nothing works. I want to thank you for your posts, you're great at keeping us updated. Here's a prayer for you that you're healed of this nightmare.
Just a quick note to say hi!Hi check out these 2 sites The mystery chronic cough just google it and the Voice and swallowing center of Maine at the waldo county hospital great info on video too. ithe name of this condition is called Irritable larynx syndrome the latter site says it can be cured .It may be the cause of our problems
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