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Severe cough, no improvement with cough medicines, have itchiness and red bumps on tongue, white bumps on throat. Help?

My husband got a cold 2 weeks ago and had a cough with it. He went to the doctor a week ago and got put on a cough syrup with codeine . It doesn t seem to help his coughing and now he gets severe coughing in the evening and tonight it was so hard that it made him vomit . He also has an itchy tongue and has red bumps on his tongue and white bumps on his throat. No high fever.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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THESE ARE ALLERGIES
THINK OF ANY MEDICINE TAKEN BEFORE THE COUGH
ANY VITAMIN PAIN KILLER OR ANY OTHER EDICINE FOR ANY OTHER DISEASE
I SUGGEST YOU TO TAKE TAB ALLEGRA 120 MGM NIGHT
TAB SINGULAR 10 MGM BD
SYP TOSSEX 1/2 TSF BD
SYP MUCAINE GEL 2 TSF TDSCOURSE 3 WEEK
IN SKIN YOU CAN APPLY MOMETASONE OINTMENT
MEFTAL FOR FEVER
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