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Sore throat, running nose, slight cough, nausea. What could be the cause?

Hi my name is mireya! And i got a cold aboit rwo weeks ago.. I had a sore throat couldent talk caue it hurt.. Running nose .. Slight cough .. DizIness! And i thought i was done a.couple.days.later.with.the.cold.but.i.guess.i.wasent. I kept.sneezingy running noise is constent now n bad! I have nausia(n i also have aphobia of pucking) this nausia just started yesterday at lunch! I havent ate since. Except for some bread, and a couple sips of water. I havent pucked yet but ive been woried all night! Im scared i have been reading on the internet typed my syptoms n found alot of people have this for awhile now n theres no cure!:( am i gonna feel nausses from now on? On random parts of the day.. Like i feel nausesh then i feel better then its the aame thing!! I need help!! PLEASE!!!!????!!!!!!!
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Thanks for writing to H.C.M.for your query.

I have gone through your query regarding running nose, sore throat, cough and nausea. Your all are these symptoms are related to each other. Due to nasal infection as you feel running nose infection reached to throat and thus there developed soreness in throat, throat infection is responsible for cough, and frequent cough initiates the nausiating tendency.

To manage it you should take-

(a) antibiotic.
(b) Anti inflammatory.
(c) Anti allergic and decongestant.
(d) Steam Inhalation.

I hope this will help you , but unfortunately if you feel no responce than than thorough examination and relevent investigations will necessary.

Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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