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Lister

Coughing Blood

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so when you cough blood its only a bad thing if its black and looks like coffee grounds right? just wondering because i keep caughing up red blood not lots but some, figure its probably bloody snot that dripped down my throat but i figured i would ask since coughing blood is never a lite manner

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I know...whenI have ben glutened and I do alot of burping.....or throat clearning I get that in my sputum.

Its a scant amount. My doc said sometime with the gas, burping or throat clearing you irritate the lining of your esophagus

Or, the air in your home our office couldbe dry too...


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Lister:

It should never be taken lightly when you cough up blood. If I remember right you smoke that stuff, go to the doctor please!


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If you SEE blood, then go to the Dr. If you TASTE blood, then do worry (as much anyway) because the lining in your esophagus is made of a fowl tasting mucous that will TASTE like blood if you cough too much, but will still be clear/yellowish. If it is RED, then you need to see someone. If is it minor, then you will still need to be careful to not irritate it, but if it is major, then it could be TB or one of many infections/problems.


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not major just specks of red here and there my throat feels wierd today also, i think i got sick with something

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