Got a cough that just won’t quit? You are not alone: Cough is the most common illness-related reason for ambulatory care visits, responsible for 2.7 million outpatient visits and more than 4 million emergency department trips every year.* You could have bronchitis, a very common problem that brings other symptoms like fatigue, discomfort, chills, and mucus output.
This lung-based inflammation may resolve itself, but could also develop into an unsafe medical episode that lasts weeks or months, requiring expert treatment. Symptoms will help a physician decide the best way to treat the condition, whether it be acute or chronic bronchitis. What symptoms are you seeing?
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