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Bad cough, dry and sore throat, green phlegm, fatigue, plugged nose. Reason?

I have had a really bad cough for over a month now. It started with a sore, dry throat , but quickly progressed. I have been coughing up green phlegm a lot and it is hard for me to breathe when I sleep sometimes, and even during the day. I have been feeling very fatigued and my nose feels very plugged, but I can breathe fine through it. I know this is not just a cold, because this has never happened before. Any ideas of what it could be?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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hi there, looks like what started out as an upper respiratory tract infection is now more serious and you will need to get an x ray of the chest done and visit a physician who can check your breath sounds and rule out lower respiratory infection. You will definitely need a course of antibiotics to take care of the infection . Do get attention of your physician now. Take care.
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