I've been coughing for more than four months, and I've had a laryngeal examination, a CT test, and blood tests, and I've been seen by laryngologists, Chinese medicine doctors, internal medicine doctors, and respiratory medicine doctors, but I still have a cough.Recently, I was told by a person that the cough is caused by something in the stomach.Is there any medicine that can cure it?Thank you!
Your case may be wrong, the stomach should be inside the H. pylori, but this H. pylori is less likely to cause a cough, stomach disease caused by cough is mainly reflux esophagitis is, excessive stomach acid caused by reflux to the throat will cause a long-term cough.You can go to the gastroenterology department to see.
Cough is often caused by respiratory diseases or bronchitis. It is recommended to take a chest X-ray to check for inflammation or other diseases, which can be treated with azithromycin or cephalosporin capsules, and in severe cases, fluids, and well when coughing with mucous phlegm, you can use phlegm-reducing drugs.
It is recommended to describe the specific situation in detail, if the examination are no problem, sometimes the situation of H. pylori infection is able to cause, but also need to further examination can be clear, can do the H. pylori test.
Are you talking about a cough caused by bacteria in the stomach?There is usually H. pylori in the stomach.But it also rarely causes coughing.
Unless you have frequent acid reflux and nausea and vomit often, you may sometimes regurgitate stomach acid into your lungs causing a cough.