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Treatment for whooping cough in adults involves taking a regimen of antibiotics, generally erythromycin or an antibiotic in the erythromycin family, according to WebMD. Azithromycin, clarithromycin or trimethoprim-sulfam... More »

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Persistent coughing is the most common symptom of whooping cough in an adult, according to Mayo Clinic. Other possible symptoms include those similar to the common cold such as a runny nose, irritated and watery eyes, fe... More »

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Whooping cough, which is also called pertussis, can affect anyone in any age group. However, in babies and young children, whooping cough can be very serious and may require hospitalization. Nearly half of the children u... More »

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