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Persistent dry cough

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* I would suggest you check to see if it might be acid reflux or heartburn

* I would suggest you check to see if it might be acid reflux or heartburn. This causes a dry cough because of the acid irritating the oesophagus.

If the problem turns out to be school, why not consider home educating? - Barbara Stark

* My son suffered similar symptoms. A homoeopathic doctor diagnosed swollen adenoids that were dripping into the back of his throat. He prescribed silica and the symptoms cleared up within a month (although individual consultation is recommended to obtain a personalised treatment). - Maggie Stocks


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