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Synonyms for cough

clear your throat

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frog or tickle in your throat

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Synonyms for cough

a sudden noisy expulsion of air from the lungs that clears the air passages

exhale abruptly, as when one has a chest cold or congestion

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When a dog develops kennel cough, a persistent dry, hacking cough is the main symptom but in most cases, they will appear otherwise healthy.
Asked whether he will incorporate media magnate Rupert Murdoch into his latest routine, he replies: "Oh yes but he has a hacking cough at the moment.
I'VE been pretty much housebound this week, laid low by a combination of a particularly unpleasant hacking cough and, of course, the abundance of deep snow and ice that has lovingly coated our part of the world.
If the hacking cough does not last, nothing is really brought up and your cat is otherwise fine and eating well, then try an over-the-counter furball remedy from your vet or pet shop.
Washington, Aug 14 (ANI): A 70-year-old great grandmother has got rid of her 30-year hacking cough with the help of non-stick coating in frying pans.
Key flu symptoms include high fever, often above 102 degrees, chills and shakes, intense body aches, extreme fatigue, sore throat and a dry, hacking cough.
One patient developed a hacking cough that resolved spontaneously.
fatal hacking cough, brought to life on the recording during the
Symptoms If it's a cold If it's the flu Fever rare usual Headache rare common General aches, pains slight usual; often severe Tiredness, weakness sometimes usual; can last 2 to 3 weeks Extreme exhaustion never usual; when first become sick Stuffy nose common sometimes Sneezing usual sometimes Sore throat common sometimes Chest discomfort, cough mild to moderate common; can become severe hacking cough
I had one of those bugs that give you, in random order, a sore throat, hacking cough, streaming nose, aching joints and an overpowering feeling of lassitude.
Neck-down" symptoms such as lower respiratory congestion, hacking cough, chills, vomiting, and diarrhea are bright red flags indicating more discomfort and possibly some serious complications, and should be viewed as such.
You then may develop a dry, hacking cough and chest pain.
There I was quietly hidden away in a tree overlooking an active run, and along the trail strolls this little old man letting out a hacking cough every few yards.
When it appeared that he would survive, they feared that the persistent, hacking cough that choked his breath would leave him permanently speechless.
For one thing, the symptoms associated with exposure to toxic mold include respiratory problems, nasal and sinus congestion, dry and/or hacking cough, eye irritation, light sensitivity, nose and throat irritation, shortness of breath, chronic fatigue, skin irritation, central nervous system problems, aches and pains, fever, headaches, diarrhea, and immune system suppression.