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Cold, running nose and sneezing - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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User :   Hi, i am suffering with running nose and sneezing from yesterday. Can you please suggest
User :   not having any caugh
User :   just running nose and sneezing
Doctor :   Do you have fever
Doctor :   Do you have throat pain
User :   since a few days i was also having lot of phlegm / mucous coming out of my throat
Doctor :   How old r u?
User :   no i dont have fewer
User :   29
Doctor :   Take Coldact tab one 2 times a day
User :   no i dont have throat pain
Doctor :   do warm water galing3 times a day
Doctor :   drink hot liquids
Doctor :   Becuase u do not have fever u dont need antibiotics
User :   what is coldact
Doctor :   Yes
User :   i dont have throat pain, still you want me to do warm water gargle
Doctor :   Yes
User :   ok
Doctor :   It clears congestion in nose
User :   ok, anything els i should consider
Doctor :   It is just viral infection of nose
Doctor :   it will get better in 5-7 days
Doctor :   Did I answer your query
User :   yes, thank you Doctor
Doctor :   Thankk you

Doctor :   Bye for now
Doctor :   *thank you
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