My wife had experienced since dec/2008 2 times dry cough, troath pain but not other symptoms, first time was in dec/2008 and now march/2010.
It starts with troath pain for 3 days, then a dry cough that stay there for 2 weeks.
We moved to a new home in March/2008 which is near to a hill (2 blocks) and we have grass, additionally the weather here is colder than city, since March/2008 trough Febraury/2009 our home did not have floor and rooms generating concrete dust, In febraury/2009 we installed the floor and dust is away now.
Additionally she had experienced 3 colds since then (Oct/2008, Feb/2009 and July/2009), all this last ones with little bodie pain for 2 days as average.
It is normal to her to have 1 or 2 colds per year, but in less than 2 years, 3 colds and the dry coughs is becoming something unusual to us.
Any clue on what is generatting this constant problems?
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