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Medication for fever and throat pain - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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User :   Hello Doctor
Doctor :   hi rich
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   I am having fever since yesterday night.I have taken one paracitamol but still feeling feverish
User :   also having infection in throat as well
User :   anyone there ??
User :   Hello Doctor
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   If there is any technical problem during the chat
Doctor :   please do not worry
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User :   ok....Thanks
Doctor :   please continue
Doctor :   you were saying
Doctor :   that you had some problem
User :   I am having fever frm last night
User :   this is happening frm past so many days
User :   shall I take some tonic?
Doctor :   do you have throat pain/ dry cough?
Doctor :   Do u have running nose?
User :   i have throat pain
User :   no running nose
Doctor :   Not to worry
Doctor :   It would most probably be a viral infection
Doctor :   Lot of people have reported it in bangalore
Doctor :   Please follow the following instructions
User :   I feel very weak
User :   ok
Doctor :   Avoid too much exertion
Doctor :   Please have plenty of fluids
Doctor :   Please do a gargle every 6 hrs- that is 4 times a day
User :   ok
Doctor :   Take Dolo 560 if you r feeling feverish
User :   ok
Doctor :   sorry
Doctor :   Dolo 650
User :   ok
Doctor :   Please do not exert urself until u feel better
User :   can you suggest some tonic as well?
Doctor :   U cud use a hexidine mouth gargle if u want
Doctor :   No tonic is required Richa
Doctor :   Not to worry Richa
User :   ok
Doctor :   U will be fine
User :   Thanks Doctor
Doctor :   Stay positive
Doctor :   Anytime
Doctor :   Is thr anything else I can hep u with?
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