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What Is Chronic Cough?

Description of the Disease

Chronic cough is a condition in which coughing persists for a prolonged period, typically more than eight weeks. It can be a sign of a serious illness and requires medical intervention.


  • Chronic cough can be caused by asthma, bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), allergies, or other reasons.


Symptoms of chronic cough may include fatigue, weight loss, weakness, shortness of breath, and chest pain.


The causes of chronic cough can be diverse, including viral infections, smoking, air pollution, allergens, and other factors.


Diagnosis of chronic cough includes physical examination, blood tests, chest X-rays, and other methods.


Treatment of chronic cough depends on its cause and may include medication, physiotherapy, lifestyle changes, and other methods.


Prevention of chronic cough involves avoiding harmful habits, vaccination, boosting immunity, and preventing contact with allergens.


For the diagnosis and treatment of chronic cough, it is advisable to consult a general practitioner, pulmonologist, or other respiratory disease specialist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.