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Severe cough followed by rib pain, severe cold. Chest X-ray normal. Suggestion?

hi, i have been sick for approx 2 months. First 5 weeks i had a really bad cough but felt fine. It was a very loose cough as well. For two weeks i was fine. Two weeks after my cough stopped i started experiencing pain in my right side near my ribs. I had the two weeks after that i got another really bad cold . Now i have a bad cough and the pain in my right side rib area keeps getting worse. I had chest x-rays done and everything is fine. Shoul di go back to the doctor??
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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It seems that you might be having chronic bronchitis.
Go for complete blood testing with Eosinophil count as many a time Eosinophilia does give rise to this type of problem.
If you did not gone for one higher antibiotic medicine course, go for it after consulting your doctor.
Go for deep breathing exercise.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 14 Aug 2013
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