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    Default I Just Coughed Up Blood

    i'm a bit scared now. i stopped smoking two months ago so there's no excuse. have i got TB? i really hope not. i like writing poetry but thats taking it too far.

    any advice?

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    yeah, it's probably nothing, but ring up NHS DIRECT and they will sort you out. 0845 46 47 (yes that is the full number!)

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    i coughed up blood once and the doctor said i just had a throat infection, nothing serious. so don't get worried.

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    ahhh, reassurance, thank you boys, thats balm to my troubled soul! i will phone the numbr, thanks john

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    see...quitting smoking has made your lungs weak. go get a pack! =P

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    Probably nothing. How much blood, how fresh?

    Do you get a lot of blood-soaked bogies?
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    hardly anything. it was a bit of phlegm that popped out and it was all crimson. that was all, no more so far. i get those bloody bogies yeah. what does that mean?

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    Dry air seems to cause it. Here on the windswept prairies, many people unknowingly walk around with a raging sinus infection at all times. Those that also work in air-conditioned environments suffer the worst, bloody boogie-wise. As your climate is considerably more humid than mine, I'd ask if you work somewhere air-conditioned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fldsfslmn
    Dry air seems to cause it. Here on the windswept prairies, many people unknowingly walk around with a raging sinus infection at all times. Those that also work in air-conditioned environments suffer the worst, bloody boogie-wise. As your climate is considerably more humid than mine, I'd ask if you work somewhere air-conditioned?

    air conditioning is the worse thing for guys with easily fucked up sinuses like me.total nausea.
    in the office yesterday it was like a fucking tropical country, even this nigerian lady who is always cold put on a fan .

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    the carpark i work in is pretty airy!

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