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Chronic headache, earaches, nausea, fatigue, chest pain & occasional throat pain and coughing. Hx of Mono. Treatment ?

Hi. I had mono at the start of September I tested negative at the very end of October. I continue to feel terrible! I went back to school, but i m only doing half days. I continue to do half days because i can t bare doing anything else. I still have the following symptoms: chronic headache , chronic earaches, chronic nausea , body aches, chronic weakness, fatigue , chronic chest pain/tightness, & occasional throat pain and coughing. The doctors have done chest x-rays, blood tests, & EKG all coming back negative saying I was healthy. Most of my doctors are now saying your fine , or push yourself . I am with one doctor now, but i dont go back for 3 weeks and I can t bare it that long! Also i have no swollen lymphnodes & sinus are clear except for the fall runny nose and I am seeing the ENT this Wednesday for a follow up. PLEASE HELP! I am in so much pain!
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
your problem is linked with sinusitis as all the prblems are seen with chronic allergic sinusitis your ent doctor will find out cause and treat
mean while can use antiallergic tab ebastine 10 mg
neomycin ointment in nose bd and sea water 2 drop at night each nose
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