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Constant cough, runny nose on taking vitamin C, no respite with medicines, want to try MX3. What should be the dosage?

Hi good day. I have a cough for like 2months already. I already took constant medication for this yet It still haven t change. And still no progress..I easily get runny nose too even when I take constant vitamin C and increased my dosage towards it. How much dosage do I need if in case I might want to try this MX3 Capsule?
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Hi good day to you too! Constant cough usually dry along with runny nose indicates probably an allergic condition and so you should see if you are doing any thing or eating anything unusual for the past 2 months. Usually vitC is supposed to prevent cold and boost your immunity but not a cure for you runny nose. You should visit an ENT specialist and get to the root of your problem rather than increasing your Vit C dosage. Proper treatment on time can save you lots of trouble. Take care
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