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We have resources for you to learn more about and find support for your chronic cough

This quiz is intended for adults.

It sounds like you are looking for information about a child's cough. We encourage you to consult with a healthcare provider about the child’s symptoms. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough concerns.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

This quiz is intended for individuals who cough most days.

It sounds like you are looking for information about an infrequent cough. We encourage you to consult with a healthcare provider about your symptoms. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Your cough may need further treatment.

It sounds like you are looking for information about a cough you have recently developed. We encourage you to consult with your healthcare provider about your symptoms. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Your cough may need further treatment.

It sounds like you are looking for information about a cough that changes depending on environmental exposures. We encourage you to consult with your healthcare provider about your symptoms. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Your cough may need treatment.

We encourage you to consult with your healthcare provider about your symptoms. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Your cough may need further treatment.

We encourage you to consult with your healthcare provider about your symptoms. Your healthcare provider may order tests to explore what may be causing your cough. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Your cough may need further treatment.

Cough can be a side effect of some medications, called ACE inhibitors, which are often taken to control blood pressure. We encourage you to consult with your healthcare provider about your symptoms. To help you prepare, we have detailed information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of cough. You can also call our Lung HelpLine and talk to experts in lung health about your cough.

Visit Lung.org
Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Tobacco products may be causing your cough.

Use of any tobacco product (cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, pipe, hookah, etc) or smoking marijuana can cause a cough.

If you currently smoke, the best thing you can do for your health is quit. Visit Lung.org/freedom-from-smoking for quitting support through our online programs and in-person support groups. You can also contact us through the Lung HelpLine and Tobacco Quitline or call us at 1-800-LUNGUSA.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

Many times , existing diseases may cause a chronic cough. Visit https://www.lung.org/lung-health-and-diseases/ if you have been diagnosed with a lung disease to learn management and treatment options that you could discuss with your healthcare provider that might help relieve your cough.

While a chronic cough can feel isolating, you are not alone. Oftentimes people find comfort and support in reaching out to others experiencing similar challenges. We encourage you to visit our website to learn more about chronic cough and discover resources that can help you manage your cough.

Visit Lung.org to learn more about your chronic cough.

Talk to Our Experts about your cough.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.

While a chronic cough can feel isolating, you are not alone. Oftentimes people find comfort and support in reaching out to others experiencing similar challenges. We encourage you to visit our website to learn more about chronic cough and discover resources that can help you manage your cough.

Visit Lung.org to learn more about your chronic cough.

Talk to Our Experts about your cough.

Thank you for participating in the American Lung Association’s Chronic Cough online quiz. From your responses, it sounds like your chronic cough negatively impacts your life. The American Lung Association is developing resources to educate healthcare providers and the general public about chronic cough. We could use your help to better understand how chronic cough affects you, what treatments you have tried and what conversations you have had with your healthcare provider.

Specifically, the American Lung Association is seeking valuable insights from individuals who are impacted by chronic cough unrelated to any existing lung disease (such as someone who doesn’t have asthma or COPD). Would you be willing to participate in an 30 minute phone interview with a member of the American Lung Association? If so, please email [email protected] so that we can start taking the important next steps to raise awareness and find treatments for chronic cough. We appreciate your willingness to help. Together we can make a difference.


    Page Last Updated: December 13, 2019

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