I get this chronic cough several times a year. They always diagnose it as chronic bronchitus (bronchitis) and it usually terns into pnemonia (pneumonia) even on antibiotics and steroids. More recently I've developed a nasty metalic taste every time I cough or breath! Its very frustrating and makes it hard to rest very well. I've tried everything from brushing my teeth more, using breath mints, and more. I'm only 25 so you can understand how frustrating it is to be young and unable to enjoy the changing seasons. Has anyone else experienced this or have any ideas on what might help? Another recent development is that I feel extremely tired out of no where. I'll be feeling fine and then out of no where I'll feel like I've been drugged and if I don't sleep I feel like I'll pass out... Please help if you can.
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