Getting a Chest X Ray done now is a priority to ensure there is no patchy infection, or pneumonia. You have used a good dose of Augmentin
for 10 days, and an atypical pneumonia
requires to be excluded.
See more of this at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001143/
It is also important that you don't smoke (if you do), as smoking
and asthma increases the risk of atypical pneumonia.
Your asthma must also be checked if it is under control and combination inhalers (long acting beta agonists + steroids
) are required if you are getting regular attacks. Yes, it is important that oral thrush
is excluded if you are now on steroid inhalers.
Rinse your mouth after every use to prevent this from happening.
Hope this helps.
Best Wishes for 2013.