Dyspnea is a symptom arising from a complex interplay of diseases and physiologic states and is commonly encountered in primary care. It is considered chronic if present for more than one month.
Thyroid cysts: These are growths that are filled with fluid or partly solid and partly filled with fluid. Inflammatory nodules: These nodules develop as a result of chronic (long-term) inflammation (swelling) of the thyroid gland. These growths may or may not cause pain.
Hypothyroidism, or underactive thyroid, is when the thyroid gland does not produce enough hormones. Low levels of thyroid hormones can cause a wide range of symptoms. Learn about 12 common signs ...
After my second thyroid surgery I noticed I was having to "cough" to clear my throat a lot. Especially after I ate. It just felt like something was hung in my throat, often times I didn't even realize when I kept clearing my throat until someone asked me if I was ok.
Hi, My Mother in-law is suffereing from Thyroid from past 20 years. She was adviced to take one Thyroxin-75mg per day.Recently in February she had some problems in throat and was getting cough ...
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Thyroid: Frequently Asked Questions Over the past days and weeks, the American Thyroid Association ® and its members have heard many important concerns raised by both patients and their providers about how the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic might impact people living with thyroid conditions. Here, we address the most frequently asked questions thus far.
Post Nasal Drip and Chronic Cough. Post nasal drip can cause a chronic cough. Home remedies to help cough from post nasal drip and chronic rhinitis include staying hydrated (drink lots of water), use cough lozenges, use a room humidifier, and take OTC (over-the-counter) cough medicine containing guaifenesin and/or dextromethorphan if necessary.
A constant cough that is not due to a cold; If you have any of these signs or symptoms, talk to your doctor right away. ... Lumps in the thyroid are common and are usually benign. Still, if you have any of these symptoms, it’s important to see your doctor so the cause can be found and treated, if needed.
Sooner or later, most cigarette smokers develop a chronic "smoker's cough." Chemical irritation is responsible — but the same noxious chemicals that cause the simple smoker's cough can lead to far more serious conditions, such as bronchitis, emphysema, pneumonia, and lung cancer. The chronic cough is always a cause of concern for smokers.
Review series: chronic cough: behaviour modification therapies for chronic cough. Chron Respir Dis. 2007;4(2):89-97. Link; Chronic cough and laryngeal dysfunction improve with specific treatment of cough and paradoxical vocal fold movement. Cough. 2009 Mar 17;5:4. doi: 10.1186/1745-9974-5-4. Link