Posted by T.
on July 27, 2000 at 15:44:03:
In Reply to: Persistant cough posted by Jo Cotton on June 06, 2000 at 05:27:38:
: Hi I'm new to this and would like to hear from anyone with similar symptoms or anyone with some good advice.I live in New Zealand and for the past 20 years every winter I get this very persistant cough which drives me and everyone around me crazy! I seem to get a mild cold and very muchusy and with a lot of sniffing and some sneezing which all seem to pass but I'm left with the cough. I do have some sinus problems which may contribute. I feel like stuff is dripping down into my lungs which irritates and makes me cough or clear my throat often. No doctor has ever been able to tell m e what it is and how to cure it. I am reluctant to take drugs and would prefer a more natural way of dealing with it. But any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
HI--My persistant cough that lingered after a cold/allergy infection was due to chronic
candidiasis. Take a long or short quiz in the book The Yeast Connection by William G
Crook, M.D., My old copy of the book was then published by Professional Books, P.O.
bOX 3494 Jackson, Tennesee, 38301 USA. Ask your book store to order the book just
to look at to see if you want it. The book is easy to read and has loads of practical ways
to deal with this if you can not find a doctor who knows about this or the medication nystatin
which kills off the excessive yeast in the digestive tract. First take the quizzes in the book
to help determine whether this might be the problem. And as they say in New Zealand...
Look up! By His Grace, T..