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For several years now, I have had seasonal/chronic chest congestion. It gets worse during the winter. Twice, it has evolved into bronchitis, gets better in the spring, and then the congestion returns in the fall and progressively gets worse. I have to clear my throat throughout the day, but in the morning for about 30 minutes after I wake up, I have to actively (deliberately) cough up mucous out of my bronchial tubes, usually ending in my gag reflex eventually causing me to throw up mucous and saliva I have swallowed in my sleep. After this, it is usually over for a day or two. It is not bronchitis, because it is not infected, and does not adversely affect my overall fitness in any other ways. It just increases my risk fro bronchitis and pneumonia around winter time. I have been treated for this several times, but it returns every year, with no change in the symptoms. It's exactly the same as before. Any ideas on what this may be linked to?
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