As many others, I have been coughing mucous for about 3 months. Have gone to the doctor and was given antibiotics for sinus infections and flonase. Still coughing. Doctor says it is GERD, gives me reflux medicine, still coughing. Amazingly enough, I sleep through the night; but, it's horrible in the morning.
Opposite of others, the more I drink the more it seems to contribute to the problem. I took many OTC meds for allergies and even take allergy shots. Sometimes, Allegra helps. Sometimes, sodas aggravate the issue making you think it's an acidic issue; but, sometimes, I start hacking for no reason at all.
The only thing I can figure is that something in the environment: air freshener, perfume, deodorant, cologne, lotion from co-workers aggravate the allergies. My husband's deodorant/body wash aggravates the allergies.
I've tried using UV air filters to filter the air even. Nothing seems to help. Any suggestions?
I had 2 endoscopies and both times, the doctors said you have reflux; even though I have very little symptoms of reflux.
Also I do not smoke. They tell me I have asthma; but, neither Advair nor Albuterol inhalers work.
In the past Advair or a nebulizer treatment would fix this; but, this year it just seems unbearable.
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