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Cough, discomfort below clavicle, neck pain. Taken penicillin. Help

hi,some involuntary exhalation of air, slight cough for last 2 weeks, after 4-5 weeks of bad cough(1 week of penicillin ),no mucus , more cattarrgh. more at night , in the middle of speaking , and then , without notice , a push of air/ slight cough, and the words come out funny, all the family are laughing. of more concern , is for the last week, a slight discomfort / pressure, below left clavicle , 2/3 inches from sternum, and pain in side of neck, especially when bending down. also, when coughing, the pain in the neck hurts.please help!
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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you have cough after an episode of upper respiratory tract infection..
cough during lying down, while speaking..
could be due to post nasal drip..
see your ENT surgeon for throat examination and treatment..
take steam inhalation.. and cough suppressant is required..
all the veyr best..
Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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