Adult Croup Cough?


A croup cough in adults is most commonly categorized as a barking cough. It is painful and persistent. The most common cause is an inflammation in the larynx and trachea. The inflammation can stem from the flu, bronchial infections, and other common ailments. Allergies are another reason for the croup cough to persist. The good news is it is treatable with simple antibiotics and a cough syrup. For the more severe cases, a medication may be prescribed to relieve the pain.
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