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tickle in throat and cough

From: annaf - 17 weeks 1 day ago

I was diagnosed a few months ago with hashimotos. I am constantly fatigued, and have an overall ill feeling like I have the flu. recently I have a tickle in my throat and it makes me cough to the point I choke and get sick. has anybody else had this or these problems with hashimotos or could it be related to something else?

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I have the same tickle and cough. It come on very sudden and always in the same place. I need to drink water or eat jelly type sweets and that relieves it. Strangely when I smoke it does not happen but area days without it comes back. I want to stop smoking but not sure what is worse.

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Use this remedy:
Add a teaspoon of honey and the juice of a large lemon to a cup of warm water or tea. Sipping this drink slowly helps to soothe the throat and get rid of the tickle in throat cough.http://www.onestoppharma.org/Percocet

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This will not work as the tickle and cough are immediate. There is not even time to get a glass of water before the cough starts.

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I had the throat tickle and cough for years before I was diagnosed! The doctor told me it was acid reflux and the meds never worked. Once I started Levothyroxine, the coughing and tickle stopped within a week! I have no idea why this worked, but it did! The coughing was so bad I would make myself sick or gasp for air. I wish I knew what was really causing it!

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I had a tickle and non stop coughing for two weeks. I went to doc and was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and was sent for ultrasound and biopsy of nodule. Turned out I was positive for papillary cancer. Had thyroid removed immediately, had radio active iodine treatment. Now have hashimoto. This all happened in a six month span. I am thankful that it's been removed but now I'm bloated all the time, tired, and achy in lower limbs. It's important to stay in top of symptoms and check in with doctor if symptoms are out of the ordinary.

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