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Screamed non stop. Pain all over body. Suspect infection. Prescribed antibiotics, pain killers. Possible cause?

last Saturday my wife screamed for about five minutes almost non stop to the top of her lungs. Thursday she started to feel a lot of pain all over her body so she called her doctor and told her to the emergency. She had an EKG , blood work and chest x-ray but found nothing except a suspected infection because she was coughing so she Wes prescribe some antibiotic and strong pain killers but if she told the doctor about what happened four days ago could they have figured out that that might be cause of all what she was feeling?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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hello,, thank you for consulting hcm
coughing ,
pains all over the body
these symptoms suggest pharyngitis which she might have got secondary to her loud sreaming ,she has hurt her vocal cords by screaming loud cough could be due to vocal cords congestion which we usually get following loud screaming singing to hig pitches ,etc...let her continue the antibitics for another three to four days ,yes definitely if you would have told the docs wat happened four days ago they could have figured it out
thank you
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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