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Burning tonsils, nose and throat infection, weakness

Was waiting to getmy hair cut at a barbershop ,when some soilders that had just returned from Iraq ame in one used the restroom when he came out so did a foal poo smell I started felling my tonsils burn then next day woke up with a horrible I fection in my nose throte .now I m very week and now my dad has a stomach problem all of a suden
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Hi and thanks for the query,
Looks like you have an upper respiratory tract infection- infection of the nose and throat.
Take a pain killer for the sore throat.
Try some general measures like.
1) Warm salt water gargling 4 times daily.
2) Plenty of fluids.
3) Steam inhalation will help unclog your nose.
4) Avoid air conditioning and cold foods.
If you do not feel better in the next 3 days then you need to visit the doctor.
Regards, Dr Kishori.
Answered: Sun, 22 Dec 2013
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