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If your doctor thinks you have this or the flu, they’ll also take a nasal swab. Most of the time, acute bronchitis goes away on its own within a couple of weeks. If yours is caused by bacteria (which is rare), your doctor may give you antibiotics. If you have asthma or allergies, or you’re wheezing, they might suggest an inhaler.How long does bronchitis last and when should you see a doctor?
In acute bronchitis, symptoms occur more than five days, and can last up to three weeks. In chronic bronchitis, symptoms last for at least three months of the year during two consecutive years. If your cold symptoms and cough last more than three weeks, cause chest pain, shortness of breath, or fever, see your doctor immediately.How long should you stay home if you have bronchitis?
Since your doctor doesn’t test for an individual virus, it could be one of hundreds of infectious viruses. You will often become contagious for at least three days, or as long as a week. It is best to stay home whenever you show signs of bronchitis, and assume you could spread the disease.