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Why do i cough when i lay down?
Posted 3 years ago in Health & Wellness by HotKing

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Anonymous
When you find yourself coughing after you lay down you may have allergies or acid reflux. Both ailments can became inflamed when you’re laying and cause mucus to rise into your chest or throat. The allergies may be to the material you’re lying on, you may want to try changing them and any cleaning solutions. Another way to avoid this is to use several pillows to keep your head raised above shoulder level. This will keep your sinuses and lungs open and decrease acid reflux episodes. You can also take antihistamine or decongestant before bed for allergy issues or acid reflux medications.
Anonymous
Coughs generally do worsen when you lay down. If it persists, go to your doctor and tell them you have a persistent cough.


What is Vesicoureteral Reflux

Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) is the backward flow of urine. The urine flows from the bladder back into the kidney.

Urine normally flows from the kidneys. It passes through tubes called ureters. It then flows into the bladder. Each ureter connects to the bladder in a way that prevents urine from flowing back up the ureter. It is similar to a one-way valve. When this does not work properly, or if the ureters do not extend far enough into the bladder, urine may flow back up to the kidney. If the urine contains bacteria, the kidney may become infected. The backup can also put extra pressure on the kidney. This can cause kidney damage.

This is a potentially serious condition that requires care from your doctor. The sooner VUR is treated, the better the outcome. If you suspect you or your child has this condition, contact your doctor immediately.

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