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Congested with cattarh, cold, headache, took paracetamol, no relief. How to treat it?

Following a cold I was quite congested with cattarh, when I started expieriencing pain to sides of my head when moving then a head ache all over my head like a throb. I have been taking decongestion tablets and now just paracetamol and now I sound like i have a cold again. I am very confused as how to treat this and what it might be! On the first day of my pain it even hurt to blow my nose and I had a slight nose bleed .I dont know if this is a virus or an infection, what do you reccomend? Regards Sue
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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if you have congestion and headache that could be because of sinusitis.
u can use anti histaminics ,paracetamol and steam vapourisation to relieve your symptoms.
if your symptoms doesnt subside go to u r near by doctor for further complete blood picture to rule out from viral to bacterial infection.

avoid cool drinks and cool air keep yourself warm
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