Hoarseness, and a constant accumulation of mucus in the larynx, Forcing hawking and coughing to keep it clear.
LOOSE COUGH –
Hoarse, croupy, suffocating.
Much rattling of mucus in larynx and trachea.
Suddenly seized with labored breathing at midnight, followed by Paroxysms of croupy, loose-mucus cough, followed by exhaustion.
Sudden asthmatic breathing in middle of night; soon passing off without cough.
Loose mucous cough, followed by exhaustion.
Thick, heavy, yellowish-white, abundant.
Excessive amount of mucus in the larynx.
Raw and tender; hoarseness, with thick mucus in throat.
Seems swollen, hindering breathing.
At night (very little during the day).
Sudden asthmatic breathing at night.
Exhaustion following loose cough.