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I lost my voice because of bronchitis! How do I relieve the pain and get my voice back? Any tips or advice?

March 23rd, 2009 2 comments
Emily asked:

I’ve had bronchitis for over 10 days and lost my voice. My throat is sore and I need tips and advice on how to soothe the soreness and help recuperate my voice. Thanks.

Lacresha

I lost my voice because of bronchitis! How do I relieve the pain and get my voice back? Any tips or advice?

March 22nd, 2009 No comments
Emily asked:

I’ve had bronchitis for over 10 days and lost my voice. My throat is sore and I need tips and advice on how to soothe the soreness and help recuperate my voice. Thanks.

Laurena

What is causing the upper back and left chest pain I have been having?

January 10th, 2009 2 comments
Cathryn asked:

I am only 14 years old, but recently I have been having shooting and throbbing pain in my upper back, in my chest, and on the upper left part of my body. I know that it isn’t a heart attack or anything like that but I need some reassurance, and whether I should see a doctor immediately.
no I haven’t been doing anything really out of the usual as far as exercise goes.
Also it just happens at different times of the day. It seems as though it comes and goes on its own

LATASHIA

Can upper back pain and chest pain/muscle pain come from coughing too much and for too long?

January 1st, 2009 4 comments
Dana F asked:

I started with a cold/cough about a month ago. About 2 weeks ago, the cough was still going and my chest wall and muscles were hurting pretty bad. I went to a doc who told me it was just from all of the coughing. Since then, the cough is still here, and now in addition my upper back is hurting a lot when I cough. Should I go back to the doc?

CAMI

I’ve had upper back pain and chest pain for four days, could it be more than a virus?

December 16th, 2008 1 comment
asthmatic36 asked:

the more I am out of bed during the day the worst I feel, I have more back pain and I usually will need albuteral.

EDMUND