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Friday 24th of November 2017

Chronic Coughing

General information on Chronic Coughing

Chronic Coughing that lasts for two or three weeks should be monitored by your vet.

Symptoms of Chronic Coughing

Symptoms of Chronic coughing include extended bouts of coughing that continue for two to three weeks. Other signs may include breathing with mouth open, gagging, frequent swallowing, and hoarseness.

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Treatments for Chronic Coughing

Treatment of Chronic Coughing may include determining what cause underlies the cough. Treatment is decided based on a complete medical history and examination, blood tests, heartworm tests and chest x-rays.

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Chronic Coughing experience by - Sally
Brisbane, Australia

Is you cat an Oriental? I have two Oriental cats and I am told that the breeders prefering the elongated faces have created a very narrow nasal passage in the modern oriental that is easily irrited and once irritated the coughing causes inflammation and the inflammed mucous area can then get a secondary infection.

We got some relief with an antibiotic shot and an antiflammatory but I believe the cycle will continue.

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