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Had flu, no strep, lost voice, tiredness, seal bark, stuffed sinus nose, lump in throat. Bronchitis?

I had flu , Inf A per test, no strep , lost voice for four day, lung xray clear 4 wks ago. Still very very tired, have seal bark, stuffy sinus nose, and difficulty breathing, feeling of lump in throat, clear mucus coughs up three to 8 times a day, very very hoarse voice (this part I worry about). I have asthma, nebulizor w meds makes voice and chest feel worse, antibiotics doing nothing after 1 1/2 weeks on Cephlixin for what Doctor said was bronchitis. Not sure if bronchitis. Throat hurts in front when I touch it. Female 41
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Hi ! It seems to me like mixed oral infection, some time too much asthma pump make condition worst. Then, if pain on throad it could be due to cold or thyroid gland found in neck. What to do ! Take worm water gargle, inhale vicks. And ask doctor for oral infection antibiotic. And if you have more mucus then normal it could be Tuberculosis. Do consult these things with your doctor. Thanks. Bye.
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