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I've been cough for 1 month and a half

I'm 22 years old. Every morning and nights I couldn't focus on my daily life as my chest hurts everytime I breathe which I always gasping for air everytime. Whenever I talk and laugh it will be hard for me. My chest feels tight. I've cough hard in the morning, night and at the place with air-cond. I've go through X Ray but then the result is normal. My bp is not normal which the medical officer had to make it twice. Then my blood test resulted my white blood cells count too much. Recently I found two tiny blood in my phlegm. My throat is not sore nor swollen. Now I have to wait for 2 weeks to get my phlegm result. I'm not a smoker.

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  • amkoffee annaozaimudi

    Working with the medical system can be frustrating and long but you're just going to have to bide your time. Nothing serious is likely to happen in the two weeks time that you're talking about. If something should happen you would certainly want to go to the emergency room.

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  • kpj169 annaozaimudi

    Sounds like I can have bronchitis or a walking pneumonia u definitely have an infection! Being that your white blood cell count is high. I would see a pulmonary specialist. In the meantime take 2 tsp of raw honey in the morning and use Vicks vapor rub on ur feet at night and wear socks. for your cough it'll at least stop the coughing until u get to the bottom of this. Hope you feel better soon.

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