Are abdominal pain, sore throat, laryngitis, and dry cough signs of subsequent flu attack?
Possible Gastrointestinal infection
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These symptoms are possibly related to Gastrointestinal Infection rather than a direct reflection of another flu attack. Subsequent flu attacks are unlikely in view of recent intake of vaccination.
I advise you get an ultrasound abdomen and complete stool micro-analysis at the earliest to determine further course of action. Based on the test results you might also require oral antibiotic therapy.
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