hello ive had a few colds over the year Ive taken a fare few different cold medicines but nothing works ive tried vicks in hot water to breath in steam and it didn't work either and I smoke and recently ive had a blocked nose that wont go away when I blow my nose the traces of blood in it and when I cough I cough up yellowish flem that taste discusting and just this morning I coughed and the flem got stuck in my throat and I couldn't get it out and I could breathe and started feeling light headed , I was down feeding my horses at the time so I drank a little molasses and water it cleared it enough for me to cough it up.. its enoying and I hate having the feeling like I cant breathe as I have anxiety and when that happens I go into a panic .. please help
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