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35 year old with diabetes and hypothyroidism. Have severe cough. On antibiotics and mucinex. Pain in the lower abdomen

I am a 35 yrs old female.i am diabetic and hv hypothyroidism too.Last monday went to see a doctor as was coughing very bad.I had no infection and she prescribed me zpac for 5 days and over the counter cough syrup .I am taking both the antibiotic as well as mucinex but from last 2 days my lower left abdomen is hurting reallybad specially when i cough and laydown on bed.what should i do.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Your repeated coughing seems to have caused muscle pull of your left abdominal muscles.
There is nothing to worry and do the following....
Don't lift heavy weights
Give local heat by heating pads.
May take some muscle relaxant like DICLOFENAC MR or FLEXON MR for couple of days,but after talking to your doctor and under his guidance.
I hope it helps.
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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