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I took Claritan D in chronic cough, i couldn't urinate

I have had chronic cough with congestion for 2 months. It s making my head hurt. My ears hurt, though I ve been checked and do not have an ear infection or bronchitis . My sinuses hurt so bad that my teeth have even started hurting. I ve taken 2 different antibiotics for 10 days each and nothing is helping. My doctor suggested cold or allergy medicine. I have a high tolerance for medications and the only thing that has ever worked for me is Claritan D, but last time I took it, I couldn t urinate. I m too scared to take it again. But, I m miserable. It feels like someone is sitting on my chest.
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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YOU HAVE CHRONIC COUGH PROBLEM , THAT MAY ALLERGIC ORIGIN . SO YOU TAKE CARE FROM DUST, COLD DRINK , ICECREAM , COLD WATER , FOR TO STOP REACCURENCE. HOMOEOPATHY HAVE GOOD MEDICINE FOR SUCH CHRONIC COMPLAIN WITHOUT ANY SIDE EFFECT. SO, CONSULT ANY GOOD HOMOEOPATH OR FROM ME ONLINE THAN SEND ME MAIL drvipul2001@yahoo.com
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Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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Any cough more than 2 weeks needs investigation to rule out tuberculosis;bronchitis and since you say you have got checked i guess you did an X-ray also and nothing is wrong in it.If you don't have fever and just cough see if you have breathlessness also associated with it.The reason may be a allergic cough and you will need a antiallergic and even a bronchodilator if you are having slight difficulty in breathing.Consult a Physician an M.D and get examined.You can also take nebulization from a doctor which will relieve your chest and the cough should get controlled.If you are under treatment and have been properly investigated discuss the use of nebulizers;inhalers for relief from the cough.
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Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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