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Cold, cough, sharp pain near belly button, stomach bruise. Treatment for symptoms?

I have been sick for several weeks with a cold and cough . The cough stayed on and I thought I bruised a rib or pulled a muscle from coughing so hard. Then last Saturday I out out 2 ribs and a vertabre and then did it again last Wednesday. After I got an adjustment the pain was reduced but I felt a sharp pain next to my belly button. Now it doesn t hurt but when I sneeze or cough I feel a poking in the spot. Today I woke up with a bruise on the left side of my stomach all the way around to near the belly button. Since then it looks way worse. What is it and what should I do?
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THESE ARE ALLERGIES COUGH CAN CAUSE THE PROBLEMS YOU SUFFERED
AND PAINKILLERS CAN CAUSE COUGH
TAKE SIGULAR 10 MG TDS
SYP ASTHALIN 1 TSF TDS
GELLUSIL 2 TSF TDS
APPLY NEOMYCIN H EYE OINTMENT IN NOSE BD
CAN APPLY LOCAL GEL ON BONE EFFECTED AREA
AN CONTINUE FOR 4 TO 6 WK
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