Mallory Weiss Syndrome

Updated: Oct 28

We have received multiple reports of adults and children retching and vomiting. This makes your explosive acute or chronic cough even more of a concern. The condition [Mallory Weiss Syndrome] is precipitated by repeated acts of a sudden increase of the intraabdominal pressure such as retching, vomiting, straining, coughing, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), or blunt abdominal traumas.


"Chronic cough is a horribly unpleasant ailment. People can find themselves coughing hundreds of times every hour of their waking lives, for years on end, and current medicines simply aren't effective at relieving this condition." {Let alone providing an instant and permanent cure. - Editor]- Professor Stuart Mazzone, via EurekAlert, The Good Cough and the Bad Cough


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK538190/#article-24693.s3

This video is difficult to watch. The sweet young child would retch for tens of thousands of coughs per day. He was cured via an in-office visit with a medical doctor who is a colleague of Dr. Weinberger. The boy's mother reported ZERO coughs after 4 days of recovery Wow!


Note: The child did not have Mallory Weiss Syndrome, but the condition [Mallory Weiss Syndrome] is precipitated by repeated acts of a sudden increase of the intraabdominal pressure such as retching, vomiting, straining, coughing, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), or blunt abdominal traumas.


Not every cough is a habit cough. Consult with your doctor. There is no medical advice provided on this website.



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