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Having sore throat and slight headache. Not able to speak due to pain. Presence of yellow phlegm. Chest pain after cough. Took medication

I am having sore throat and slight headache . The extent of throat ache is that I am not able to speak in fear of pain. Yellow phlegm seen when i spit. And pain in the chest lasting 20 seconds after I cough , hence I don t cough so often. I ve got droxy-500mg and Sinarest (paracetamol-500mg). Which is advisable and what do you make of my health now.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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IT IS ACUTE SINUSITIS PARACETAMOL 500 MGM IS NOT ADVISABLE IN THESE CASES AS IT DRIES UP EVERYTHING AND CAUSES DRY IRITATING COUGH'YOU TAKE METROGYL 200 MGM TWICE A DAY
WITH TAB MONTAIR FX(MONTELUCAST AND FEXOFENADINE COMBINATION)TWICE A DAT'SYP VENTROLIN 1/2 TO 1 TSF TDS
AND MEFTAL/DICLOFENIC SOS FOR HEACHE AND FEVER'MATY TAKE 2 WEEK TO RESOLVE
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