Learn About Chronic Cough
Chronic cough is a persistent cough that lasts eight weeks or longer, on some or most days. While cough is a symptom of many lung diseases as well as some non-lung conditions, chronic cough often last much longer than eight weeks.
Chronic Cough Symptoms and Diagnosis
It's important to keep in mind that a chronic cough lasts eight weeks or longer because this threshold makes it less likely that the cough is caused by a respiratory infection or common cold.
Treating and Managing Chronic Cough
A diagnosis of chronic cough can be both confirming and frustrating. It is a relief to know that the cause of the symptoms you have experienced for so long can be identified and treated.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor
Questions to ask your doctor about chronic cough.
Chronic Cough Resources and Videos
Chronic Cough Quiz
Learn if your symptoms may signal chronic cough.