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Runny nose, headache, blocked ears, swollen glands. Any comments?

Hi , I have been feeling quite unwell since Sunday , started off with a runny nose , then slept for nearly 2 days straight . Have had a really pounding head, and fairly snotty nose . My ears are really blocked and still have slight headache ,swollen glands. A Doctor told me that it is either a virus or a flu ??? Also was told ear infection and prescribed Ciproxin HC eardrops. Any further comments would be appreciated . Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Thanks for contacting HCM
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runny nose
really blocked and still have slight headache ,swollen glands.
your Doctor told that it is either a virus or a flu ???
These all finding suggestive of acute rhinitis with otitis media. please continue your ear drop with nasal decongestant and systemic decongestant.


Dr Hariom Sharma
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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