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Congestion, brown phlegm, sore throat, loss of energy. Taking biaxin. Cure for symptoms?

I ve been sick for several months now with the symptoms of being congested with brown/white chunky phlegm , a sore/dry throat that hurts drastically more when I don t drink liquids, and a huge of lack of energy. These symptoms are also much worse in the morning. I have talked to my family doctor but he s just set me up on two scripts of biaxin , which has helped but its only been a temporary fix.. Can you help ?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
The symptoms you have described are of upper respiratory tract infection,but since symptoms are there for months together ,these needs to be investigated.
Consult a physician specialist to investigate youself for persistent symptoms.
You may need complete blood count ,sputum examination and chest X Ray and many more tests to know the cause of your symptoms.
Hope this answers your questions.
Answered: Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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