my doctor put me on diabetes medication and ever since then i have been itching all over my body and its getting to the point where i cant handle it very well and start crying what can i do to stop ...
I am trying to understand why i am breaking out lately...I have been drinking everyday for sometime now and recently everytime i drink a glass of whiskey or like 3 or 4 beers my face turns blood red ...
I hate to be a bother for something that is common. But, I have had a sore throat for the last several months. I saw a doctor a few weeks ago and they could find nothing except my throat is red. I do ...
yes it sure can, ouch! It gets better though, trust me.
yes they can but also ur stomack muscles as well i would check with the doctor ro something dont go around suffering with em have it checked out and there should b a medicine they can use for the bronchitis to help u stop coughing as much
Yes it can. I use to get it every winter.
Absolutely, ribs, chest, back, stomach.....I've even had my head and neck hurt from coughing so much with bronchitis or mycoplasmic pneumonia. Also, a friend of mine coughed so much she actually separated a rib.....When you force so much air in and out of your lungs, it stretches those tendons between your ribs....They can even be sore a few days after you quit coughing, too.
yes it normal......
yes it can stay in bed get rest and don't do that much and the best thing to do when ur coughing put a pillow on ur stomach and press it down and that will help while ur coughing
YES IT CAN. CHECK WITH DOC TO MAKE SURE YOU DON'T HAVE PLEURESY OR A CRACKED RIB FOR THAT MATTER.
Yes, I have had this happen. If it gets worse you need to see a doctor and ask for a subscription strength cough medicine.
Yes. Also it can make your chest more sore too and your throat of course. I used to get bronchitis quite a bit afew years back and this always happened to me.
yes it can because all your muscles tighten up and therefore can be very painful
it's more your stomach muscles that get sore
Absolutely! When you cough over and over again and it is such a strong, deep cough, you use the muscles in your chest, sides and back. I even threw my back out once when I had bronchitis. Advil or Tylenol help with the soreness. You are basically giving these muscles a serious workout. It's not the most comfortable way to work your abs, obliques and back muscles but at least there is something positive from being sick.
Try taking Musinex to loosen up your chest and make it easier to cough the mucus up. That way you won't strain your muscles as much.
I hope you get better soon!