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Got over cold, have breathing trouble, continuous cough, chest pain, continuous feeling of nose bleeding. Help?

hi im justing getting over a cold and in general i felt fine all during the day and no im having troubles breathing i keep coughing and i think its pnemonia, I can t fall asleep because my chest hurts and no my nose keeps running but it doesn t feel like a cold it kind of gushes out fast it feels like a nose bleed it is happening about once every 3 minutes or so. can you help? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

The common cold is due to virus.
At times, it is followed by bacterial infection - like Sinusitis, Pneumonia and so on.
Occasionally it can induce Asthmatic Bronchitis.

You may be suffering from sinusitis and bronchitis - it is impossible to decide unless you are examined by a doctor - may be you need investigation. See your GP - he can assess and assist.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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