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Dry cough and cold with no fever - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 37 Questions

Doctor :   hi
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how can help you?
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Doctor :   hi
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User :   i am having cough and cold for 2 days
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ok
User :   had only dolocold tabs
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ok
User :   what should i want to do now
Doctor :  
are having fever?
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are you having running nose?
User :   no
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is the cough dry or productive?
User :   dry cough
Doctor :  
ok
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you can take these tablets
Doctor :   please provide your age, gender and location
User :   XXXXXXXX 32 y chennai
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you can take tab. Lecet 10 mg two times a day for 3 days. and
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and syrup Grilinctus one teaspoon three to four times a day.
User :   thank you sir
Doctor :   if you develop fever or cough with sputum production
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then you will need to start antibiotic also
User :   ok
Doctor :  
so get yourself examined by ENT specialist
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and get appropriate prescription for the same

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is there anything else i can help you with?
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