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Head cold, sore ear, dizziness, heavy mucus with red in nose and throat, lightheadedness, congestion. Treatment needed?

2 days before i came down with a head cold my right ear was sore and i was dizzy off and on. it has now been 4 days and I have a cold but today when I sneezed there was a large amount of mucus with red in it that came from my nose and throat ... my ear still bothers me and my right throat gland is very sore and im still light headed with chest congestion and cold symptoms. Should I go to my doctor or will this go away on its own?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
It is acute sinusitis
i dont know full history but it is acute sinusitis
Take metrogyl 200 mg bd
take montair Fx i tab bd
syp ascoril 1/2 tsf tds
and tossex 1/2 tsf night
Ears symptomps are due to nasal symptomps
nothing inearput nasal drops
sop metrogyl after 5 days
qnd others after 3 wek
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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