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Can I have almox 500 and Cat Kof for cough? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jan-2014
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User:Good evening Doctor..!
Doctor:Good evening
Doctor:How can I help?
User:I am having dry cough and 2-3 days back I was also having sore throat... Can I have almox 500 and Cat Kof for cough..?
User:this is the tablet that i have readily.. pls suggest otherwise..
Doctor:Sore throats are usually caused by virus and antibiotics are not really indicated
Doctor:almox is an antibiotic
User:now sore throats go cured.. only dry cough... I would have continues without medicine.. but through to get cure before 31st...
Doctor:there is long time before 31sr
Doctor:Cough should naturally get better by then
User:yes Doctor.. u r right .. may be i am over excited, I think If I continue it should be ok within 2-3 days... what do u suggest.. should I take some medicine...?
Doctor:You can try cough lozenges like sualin tab etc
Doctor:Apart from that you can take some cough syrup before sleeping like cosome syrup
Doctor:Even if you do not take anything it will get better
User:ok Doctor.. thanks.. for your valuable suggestion.....
User:Good night..!
Doctor:Good night
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