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Have congested cough, pain around rib cage. Reason?

I have had a congested cough for about 3 weeks. I ve never felt bad nor have I ran any fever than I m aware of. I typically get bronchitis at least once each year and last year actually developed pnemonia. My cough seems to be getting better, but yesterday I began feeling pain around my right side in my rib cage area. It is sore when I move a specific way such as a twisting motion or if I lean to my left. I don t know if this is connected in any way to my cough or not, but am wondering if this could just be muscular or if this could be a sign of something that needs the attention of my physician. Our family just suffered a sudden death in our immediate family, so I have been under an extreme amount of stress over the last week.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THESE ARE ALLERGIES AS AFTER TAKING SOME TREATMENTS THE ALLERGY DEVELOP DUE TO LOSS OF IMMUNITY
YOU NEED TO CONSULT ALLERGY DOCTOR TO FIND THE CAUSE AND TREAT
TAKE MONTELUCAST 10 MG BD
ADD BRONCHODILATOR SYP
AND ANTACID TO GET SYMPTOMPS UNDER CONTROL
Answered: Thu, 31 Oct 2013
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