Ask Dr. Jen Tan

Dry cough

A dry cough produces little or no mucus and is caused by irritation or inflammation in the throat and chest

Echinacea is a traditional herb known to aid the body in its fight against the symptoms of cold and flu. Supplements like Echinaforce help increase the body’s resistance to infection by strengthening the immune system, allowing the body to fight the misery of colds and flu.

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    Vladi — 22.08.2017 08:36
    Hi doc i have a dry cough and my cough is more than 2week and if i cough may chest is pain.

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    Jackeline — 11.08.2017 12:33
    Hello Dr. I have a cough i have had sense about 2007. I have bee told acid reflux. But i cough all the time and have no heart burn. No asthma no allergyies lungs good throat good. Some phlem.

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      Jen Tan — 11.08.2017 16:39
      Hello Jackeline. Yes, acid reflux can lead to a dry or thickly cough which can worsen when lying flat. For this we would recommend the use of herbal bitters - used for symptoms of general indigestion - as found in the A.Vogel product Digestisan.

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    Yeng — 29.07.2017 10:35
    Hi doctor. I suffered from cough and colds last week. And now i still have a bit of colds but i have dry cough now. What can you suggest? i'm taking a lot of water, vitamin C as well. the cough it's not often but once i cough it's dry.

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      Jen Tan — 31.07.2017 10:04
      The herbs we would recommend for this type of cough are Mullein and Marshmallow - they can be found in the A.Vogel Dry Cough spray.

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      yeshambel — 19.08.2017 08:55
      i am now sick main symptom is dry cough,chills,loss of appetite then whate is most likly diagnosis for the above compliant

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      Jen Tan — 19.08.2017 09:21
      There can be a number of causes for your symptoms. If they have appeared suddenly and in the last few days, we would think of a viral infection in the first instance. These usually resolve quickly so if you are worried or still feeling unwell, please seek further advice from your doctor.

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