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    hithere117 posted:
    I have had this horrible cough for over 2 weeks now and there is a terrible pain in my side, my right side, everytime I lay down to try and sleep the coughing takes over, Also lots of urine comes out. the only way i can continue breathing is to cough.I get about 2 hrs of sleep a night. It really hurts to cough, I lost my spleen 2 yrs ago, Im go into coughing spasms every two minutes. Any suggestions?
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    An_251837 responded:
    You need to see a doctor asap. If cost is an issue, find a free or low-cost clinic in your area. You could also consider a local hospital emergency room as they must treat you regardless of your ability to pay.

    I hope you can get treatment and relief soon.
     
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    annette030 replied to An_251837's response:
    Ditto, please see a doctor ASAP!!!
    Take care, Annette
     
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    hithere117 replied to An_251837's response:
    Thank you for the reply, I didnt think I would get one. The coughing has let up and now all the goo in my lungs is coming up.I am going to the ER tomorrow, Thanks again


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