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Sputum in cough is yellow, light green phlegm mixed with blood, fever sometimes. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Please proceed with the query.
User :   hi
User :   i am suffering from cough with mix of blood in morning
Doctor :   From when is this.
Doctor :   Ok, do you have sputum in cough.
User :   4 days
User :   before that yellow colour
Doctor :   Ok, is the blood mixed with sputum or in the starting.
User :   sputum means?
Doctor :   I wanted to ask if phelgm was there.
User :   is it necessary for a doctor consultation?
Doctor :   means yellow coloured or green coloured thick discharge,
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Ok, is the blood mixed with sputum or in the starting.
User :   yes
User :   light green coloured
User :   blood mixed with phelgm
Doctor :   It is caused due to excessive coughing. small blood vessels will rupture due to it.
Doctor :   You can use koflet syrup. No not necessary unless it increases.
User :   is it necessary for a doctor consultation?
User :   i am very much tied
Doctor :   Drink boiled water.
Doctor :   Drink hot soups, warm fod.
Doctor :   Food.
Doctor :   Avoid cold food.
User :   ok
User :   ok
Doctor :   Also you can do hot fomentation.
Doctor :   Hot vapour can be taken.
Doctor :   Do it twice a day.
Doctor :   Any fever, itching in throat.
User :   k
User :   sometimes showing 99.3-101.2
Doctor :   ok, take mild paracetamol tablets.
Doctor :   yes it is ok
User :   which tablets?
Doctor :   Minimal dose 200 mg.
User :   dolo is enough?
User :   mg?
Doctor :   I hope you followed my advise.
User :   k
Doctor :   Do you have any more queries.
User :   sure
Doctor :   Kindly login for further medical queries.
User :   thanks for your advice
User :   bye-bye
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