MY HUSBAND HAS COPD AND HES BEEN HAVING A REALLY BAD COUGH . CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY ADVISE OR WHAT WOULD BE A GOOD THING TO DO FOR IT?HE TAKES A COUGH PILL BUT DOESNT SEEM TO HELP AND HE TAKES NEXIUM FOR ACID REFLEX SO WHAT ELSE CAN HE GET TO HELP HIM . GOING TO GET A HUMIDFIER FOR HIM. PLEASE TELL ME SOMETHING ELSE IF THERE IS ANYTHING ELSE WE CAN DO. THANK YOU
Is your husband dealing with Emphysema, Asthma? Knowing the answer makes a difference on how to treat the symptoms. No one with Emphysema should ever take cough medicine for instance. He may need to c a doctor and get some breathing treatments to help move the mucus that is sounds like he cannot cough up. Ginger root is a natural way of dealing with reflux. A humidifier cannot hurt that is for sure. Keep us posted. Does your husband c a pulmonologist? If not, he should asap.
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