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Suffering with acute URT infection since a week, have dry cough and throat pain, labs showed high ESR. Advice?

HI.I M SUFFERING FROM ACUTE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION SINCE 1 WEEK.BUT NOW I M HAVING DRY COUGH WITHOUT ANY EXPECTORATION,WITH THROAT PAIN.MY ESR WAS 52,TC 0000, NEUTROPHIL 86 YESTERDAY.TODAY MY GENERAL CONDITION IS MUCH BETTER.COUGHING TOO IS LESS.MY CHEST X-RAY IS NORMAL,BUT TODAY ESR HAS INCREASED 100,NEUTROPHILS 73,TOTAL COUNT 0000.SO WHAT I SHOULD DO?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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ESR CAN BE HIGH WHEN YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM ACUTE INFECTION AND ALLERGIES
YOU TAKE 3 WEEK COURSE AND THEN GET THE TESTS REPEATED
TAKE OFLOX 200 MGM BD FOR 3 DAYS
TAKE MONTAIR FX TWICE A DAY
SYP TOSSEX 1/2 TSF BD
SYP MUCAINE GEL 2 TSF TDS
TAKE DICLOFENIC SOS FOR PAIN
HYDROTHERAPY
AFTER 3 WEEK GET YOUR TESTS REPEATYED AND THEY WILL BE NORMAL
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