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Chest tightness, yellow phlegm. Taking Augmentin and Doxycyline. What is my health condition?

augmentin 625mg tablet b.i.d i feel tigthness of his chest and yellowish phlegm upon expectoration. i had that i had a sore throat and cold a week ago that eventually progressed to nasal and sinus congestion. now only the cough remains but it seems to grow worse at night and upon waking. i had begun a course of doxycycline 200mg b.i.d for my acne a week ago.. what is my health conditions?
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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Hi, Thanks for query,
It seems that you are having heavy cough and respiratory tract infection.
Nothing to worry as you are taking Augmentin 625 mg,which is good respiratory tract antibiotic.
Within 2-3 days you will see improvement.
I would suggest to take some cough syrup along with,2-3 times a day.
Avoid fried and junk food.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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