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Bronchitis, causes and symptoms

There are many causes and symptoms of possible bronchitis, learn more about the causes, methods of diagnosis, and treatment to learn more.

What is bronchitis and how does it happen?

Bronchitis occurs as a result of inflammation in the linings of the bronchi, which in turn carry air to and from the lungs, causing thick mucus that leads to coughing.

Why does bronchitis occur?

  • Infection with a viral infection (flu - cold)

  • bacterial

  • Exposure to some irritating objects (dust-polluted air)

  • smoking

  • Continuous exposure to smoke for non-smokers

  • Asthma and allergy sufferers

  • Having a genetic history of respiratory problems

Symptoms of possible bronchitis:

  • Having a persistent cough

  • snot

  • Fatigue and fever

  • shortness of breath

  • Headache

  • Nasal Obstruction

  • The feeling of tightness and stuffiness in the chest

When should you visit the specialist doctor?

  • Your cough lasts longer than three weeks

  • fever

  • Mucus and phlegm with blood

  • shortness of breath

  • Difficulty sleeping due to persistent coughing

What is the treatment for bronchitis?

Treatment methods vary based on the specialist doctor's diagnosis of your health condition to avoid exacerbation of the health condition

Do not neglect to consult a doctor if you notice some symptoms. Prevention is better than cure

Our doctors at Intermed Clinics are keen to provide full care to patients in all stages of treatment, starting from evaluation, accurate diagnosis, and providing drug treatments, to the stage of support and rehabilitation after the end of the treatment period.

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