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Yellow palate, sinusitis, ear block, chest infection, cough. What does it mean?

I have a yellow palate with spider veins. I also have sinusitis and ear block which is not going away even with antibiotics. it has been almost 7 weeks now. I first started with a chest infection 7 weeks ago and after 10 days I developed sinusitis and ear block and lots of mucus . Initially I had a hacking cough first dry and then with a lot of mucus and wheezing in my chest and asmatic signs. What could all this mean. i am desperate
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Dear : calfonso777
Your symptoms are consistent with respiratory infection.You have to get examined by a pulmunologist and an ENT surgeon. CT of sinuses and chest Xray may need to be taken. You have not told if you have had asthma complaints earlier also. A good antibiotic in accordance with culture report may be required.

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Dr Bharath Rao
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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