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Are you fed up with your stubborn Wheezing Cough? There are many reasons why a Wheezing Cough may not improve, and that can be frustrating for people and their doctors alike.
Reason 7: Irritated Airways After a Cold or Flu
The most common cause of chronic Wheezing Cough is predictable. It’s the aftermath of a cold or other viral infection. Most cold symptoms may go away after a few days.
Your Wheezing Cough, though, can hang around for weeks because viruses can cause your airways to become swollen and oversensitive. This can last long after the virus is gone.