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Burning pain when coughing
Whenever I cough I get a severe burning in my chest area right below my throat. It's quite possible I could have burned my trachea smoking things I shouldn't have in my youth. Could this be the cause of the burning when I cough?
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1277598 tn?1271097794
It is unlikely that a significant injury occurred years ago from smoking a substance..if so it generally would cause immediate rather than delayed symptoms.  The sensation you describe is often associated with irritated airways commonly seen with asthma...consult your physician for this
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