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Cough, stuffy nose, tight chest, back pain

Hey, So the past couple days i ve been getting sick i think. at first it wasn t much but a cough and then progressed into a stuffy nose and a tight chest , from there it went on to have a pain in my back under my right shoulder blade and hurt to bend over (same spot) that was yesterday i woke up today with a lot of energy and then as the day went on and i ate something i got really tired and towards the end of the day i lost my voice, then a small burning started right above my chest in the bottom of my throat
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
ACUTE SINUSITIS CAUSES THE SAME SYMPTOMPS EXPLAIND BY YOU

I DONT KNOW TREATMET TAKEN BY YOU
IF YOU TAKE PCM,IT MAY CAUSE DRYNESS AND COUGH CONVERTS TO LOSS OF VOICE AND HEAVY HEAD AND CHEST PAIN
I MAY ADVISE YOU INITIAL TREATMENT AND YOU CAN GET EXAINED BY YOUR DOCTOR FOR SINUSITIS
AT MOMENT
TAKE OFLOX 200 MGM BD
TAB SINGULAR I TAB BD
SYP ASCORIL 1/2 TSF TDS
TAB ZINETAC 150 MGM EMPTY STOMACH
TAKE DICLOFENIC FOR PAIN
NO STEAM
DO FOR 3 WEEK EXCEPT OFLOX WHICH IS TO BE STOPPED AFTER 5 DAYS
VOICE REST TO RECOVER VOICE
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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