Chronic cough after gummies.

It must be an auto immune issue .anyone know ??

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Chronic cough after gummies.

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Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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Autoimmune

it must not be.  go see your primary care doctor.....................................................

Jonathan Saunders, MD
Newark Plastic Surgeon
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Chronic cough after gummies

You did not provide enough information to answer your question. How long ago was your surgery and how long have you had the cough would be two questions that immediately come to mind. Most autoimmune issues have other signs and symptoms besides just a chronic cough. Gummy bear implants and all other silicone implants have been studied extensively and there is no scientific link between any autoimmune disease and silicone implants.

Chronic cough after gummies.

I would have a lot of questions for you about this condition. How long have you had implants, when did the cough start and do you produce any phlegm, are you taking any medications, do you smoke, etc? You definitely need to have a full history and physical evaluation done t determine the source of your cough to obtain an accurate diagnosis. Please contact your plastic surgeon and/or your primary care physician to have this cough checked out.

Cough

Chronic cough, especially in Texas, is very common and often related to allergies and nasal congestion. Implants per se don't cause coughing. Autoimmune disorders are common and usually related to other things, especially food allergies. I would suggest starting with your medical doctor.

Connie Hiers, MD
San Antonio Plastic Surgeon
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Chronic cough after implants

Thank you for your question.The first step would be to see your plastic surgeon and express your concern.  There are many causes of a chronic cough with the most common being post nasal drip.  This can especially be common in central Texas with the number of allergens in the air.  Of course there are other more serious causes that could be ruled out based on an in person exam with your plastic surgeon or primary care physician. 

Personally I know of no rigorous scientific literature that links breast implants to autoimmune diseases.  Best Dr. L

Andre Levesque, MD
Austin Plastic Surgeon
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Cough after surgery

Thank you for your question.There are many different reasons why you may have a cough after surgery, it could be due to the anaesthetic. It is best to get checked out by your doctor.Good luck

Chien C. Kat, FRCS
Birmingham Plastic Surgeon
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