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Bronchitis Treatment Walk-in Clinics in Greater Easley, Powdersville, Boiling Springs, Duncan and Greenwood South Carolina.

AFC Urgent Care and Walk-in Clinics Provide Bronchitis Treatment to Children up to Senior Patients. We Are Open Monday to Friday 8AM-8PM and Saturday to Sunday 8AM to 5PM.

Bronchitis Treatment Walk-in Clinics in Greater Easley, Powdersville, Boiling Springs, Duncan and Greenwood South Carolina.

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Local Bronchitis Cough Treatment

For a patient with bronchitis, the inflammation of the mucous membrane in the interior of the bronchial tubes can cause a painful and irritating cough that seems to never go away. At AFC Urgent Care, the experienced physicians at our 5 conveniently located walk-in clinics can provide you with a precise diagnosis and effective treatment plan, so you can recover as quickly as possible from your bronchitis.

What is the best medicine for bronchitis?

The best medicine for acute bronchitis is rest.  As much as it would be easier if there were a single medication you could take to instantly reduce your bronchitis symptoms, this is simply not the reality. In the majority of cases, bronchitis will occur after a patient has had a cold or the flu. Because bronchitis is more commonly caused by a virus than a bacterial infection, antibiotics are only helpful in certain cases. Plenty of rest, lots of fluids, cough medication, and expectorants are some common methods of dealing with bronchitis symptoms. A patient may also wish to use a prescription inhaler to alleviate some of the pressure and inflammation in their bronchial tubes.

Can bronchitis go away without antibiotics?

For patients with acute bronchitis, antibiotics may not always be necessary. The most important factor in your recovery will be making sure you get plenty of rest, so your body’s immune system can fight off the virus causing your symptoms. Some over-the-counter medications can help reduce your cough when you need to sleep, and others can reduce any associated fever or body aches you may be experiencing. Acute bronchitis may take up to a month to go away if treated without antibiotics.

What antibiotics treat bronchitis and pneumonia?

There are several different families of antibiotics that can be used to treat pneumonia and bronchitis caused by a bacterial infection. Tetracycline, amoxicillin, doxycycline, and clavulanate are some common antibiotics used to treat bronchitis. In addition, fluoroquinolones like ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin, and macrolides including azithromycin and clarithromycin can be used to treat certain types of pneumonia. Your doctor will decide whether an antibiotic will be beneficial as you battle your bronchitis symptoms.

Can I go to work with bronchitis?

Acute bronchitis is most often caused by a virus, meaning it is a contagious illness. Because bronchitis is contagious and also because rest is the most important factor in your recovery, your doctor will likely suggest you remain home and out of work for a few days while you recuperate. Even if you feel that you have your symptoms under control, a single cough or sneeze can launch microscopic airborne particles that can wreak havoc on your co-workers’ immune systems. It is always best to remain home when you are ill, especially as certain workplace activities or allergens could exacerbate your symptoms, prolonging the total amount of time that you are sick.

Do I need antibiotics for bronchitis?

It is possible that you will not require antibiotics to treat your bronchitis. However, it is impossible to know until you have been seen by a certified doctor. Your physician can better understand the type and severity of your bronchitis by listening to your lungs and performing lab tests. Following an exact diagnosis, your doctor will be able to determine whether antibiotics will be helpful in your recovery.

Do I need to see a doctor for bronchitis?

It is always best to see a doctor if your symptoms do not resolve on their own within a few days. By visiting an AFC Urgent Care walk-in clinic, you will be able to receive a precise diagnosis. Your doctor can determine whether your bronchitis is bacterial or viral, and/or whether it has developed into pneumonia. Our experienced physicians can offer better information regarding your treatment options and provide you with instant access to important medications to aid in your recovery.

How do doctors treat bronchitis?

At AFC Urgent Care, our doctors understand that each patient they treat is different. Your bronchitis treatment will be determined by your individual needs. Some patients will require only rest and cough suppressants, while others may need antibiotics or an inhaler to open their airways and help them breathe. When you have bronchitis, it is always best to see a doctor who can provide you with their expert insight in order to determine which treatment methods will be best for you, so you can recover as quickly as possible.

If you have bronchitis, or think you might, contact one of AFC Urgent Care’s convenient walk-in clinics in Greater Easley, Powdersville, Boiling Springs, Duncan and Greenwood South Carolina. You can make an appointment online, or simply walk in when you need to see a doctor.


5208 Calhoun Memorial Hwy
Suite C Easley, SC 29640

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