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Having nasal pain, coughing up yellow phlegm, pain while swallowing. Allergic to pcn. Safe to take zpack?

Last week I had severe nasal pain at the bridge of my nose, it hurt to slightly touch it...about 4 days after the pain started , I started to become congested and coughing up yellow phleghm. My doc gave me a zpack that I started today however, after taking the first dose, I noticed that I m having pain with swallowing but mostly on the right side. It feels like it is bruised. If I take a deep breath it hurts too. I am also sneezing a lot and have a cough, nothing productive. I no longer have tonsils, I m allergic to pcn. And I m on aspirin 325mg, plavix 75mg and atenolol 100mg due to a left internal fatigue artery dissection. My question is...is the zpack the right rx for me? And and how long is the throat pain normal to have?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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it is symptom of fruncle
you are heading towards sinusitis
get your xray paranasal sinuses waters view
in the mean time you start
tab oflox -ornidazole combination twice a day
take diclofenic 50 mgm if pains as and when you required
application of neosporin h ointment inside and over bridge of noser

take tab fexofenadine 120 mgm twice a day
and syp tosses (pcmand codeine combination twice a day 1/2 tsf
take for 7 days get xray and then go ahead wth the treatment accorrding to report of xray
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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