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Cold, chest pain and burning during breathing. History of mild bronchitis. What could it possibly be?

My girlfriend got sick recently with what seemed like a normal cold but yesterday an today she s been experiencing chest pains and days it hurts an burns when she breathes...So I would like to know what could this possibly be?? Oh an p.s (she has a mild history of bronchitis but has never had a problem until this cold came up). Any help would be appreciated...
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Hi Dear

Welcome to the Health care Magic

Dear friend she is suffering with upper respiratory tract infection .
She requires some treatment like antipyretic, antihistamine and probably some relevant antibiotic if gradually her symptoms are increasing.

Along with these drugs she should also take some steam inhalation, good nutritious diet and plenty of fluids.

As she is suffering with recurrent RTI. To reduce the frequency she should improve her immunity by taking good protein diet. regular multivitamins , Vit A, Zinc. A course of Vit D and C. and regular exercise.

Hope your query is answered


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