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Throat pain, hypocondria - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   Hi, and its very hot right now , I have pain in my throat
Doctor :   Ok
User :   and my body temperature is 37.2 in the armpit
Doctor :  
From when are you having this complaint?
User :   do I have fever?
User :   celcius
Doctor :   Ok
User :   since today
Doctor :  
There is no fever
User :   I don't know if 37.2celcius in thearmpit is fever
User :   oh, nice, the doctor here told me I had fever heh
Doctor :   There is a slight increase in temperature but need not worry about that
User :   so that isn't fever?
Doctor :   No
Doctor :  
You need not about that
User :   and that increase could it be caused by the throat pain? she gave me amoxicillin
Doctor :  
Since it is very hot, there may be slight increase in body's temperature
User :   yeah, my normal temperature in mouth is 37.5
Doctor :  
And dehydration can be causing your throat pain
User :   she told me is very red
Doctor :   From how many days is this complaint?
User :   from today
Doctor :   Ok
User :   it was really bad at 4am but now is better
Doctor :  
Who has prescribed you Amoxicillin?
User :   the doctor in college
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   What is the dosage given?
User :   2 per day
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   What is the strength of the tablet?
User :   you know, I'm hypocondriac and I was worried when she told me Ihad fever
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Do not worry about that.

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