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sonee123
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Hi all

I wanted to ask you guys can Lyme cause lingering brutal cough? I have had it for last two months. And my Neuro symptoms are worst along when I am coughing. I had lung x ray nothing is there. Are there other co infections cause this? I have it every winter for at least two months.

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GretaM
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Yes, babesia, mycoplasma and candida can all cause coughs. As can a common parasite called ascaris.

So can exposure to mold or mycotoxins from molds in the air.

I diffuse Thieve's Oil in the winter in my house to keep any potential mycotoxins down.

Is eucalypstus contraindicated in pregnancy? I think some of the stronger oils are.

If you could find a nice aromatic oil to diffuse in your home, that is safe to use during pregnancy, that may help your cough.

Then when you are able to see an LLMD, your infections can be addressed.

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sonee123
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Thanks Greta

It's a cough that builds up phlem in my lungs as well. And it happens violently in the mornings.

I am still admitted in hospital for preterm labor.

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There is a terrible virus going around that causes violent coughing, but if you have been sick for two months it is probably something else.

I hope you get out of the hospital soon and find out what is causing your cough.

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