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Chest feels tight while breathing, uterus pains while coughing, sinus, headache, congestion

i am feeling tightness in my chest when i breathe . when i cough i m experiencing pain from my chest down to what feels like my uterus . it literally feels like a sharp pain on or around my vagina. in combination with this im suffering from bad allergies, sinus headache and congestion. should i have any reason to be scared? i ve never felt a cough that made me feel pain in uterus
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YOUR ALLERGIES WHEN BECOME BAD TO WORST BEHAVES LIKE THIS
IF THIS STAGE COMES YOU NEED TO TREAT THEM PERMANENTLY BY IMMUNOTHERAPY
AS I ADVISE YOU TO TAKE METRONIDAZLE 200 MG BD FOR 10 DAYS THEY WILL CLEAR INFECTION OF SINUSES AND STOMACH AND UTERUS IF ANY
TAKE MONTELUCAST 10 MG BD
ADD BRONCHODILATOR SYP TDS
ADD CODEINE+CPM SYP COMBINATION 1 TSF NIGHT
CONTINUE 3 WEEK
ADD ANTACID GEL TDS ALSO TO CLEAR PRESSURE ON VAGINA
Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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