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Cough, running nose, hot and cold flashes, sweating. Taking tylenol. Treatment?

well it started five days ago..coughing, runny nose , pin needles, hot n cold flashes, fever and with each passing day my body hurts more n more. it hurts just to graise my skin or run my hand through my hair and every night i wake up sweating like crazy. please help me i don t know what to do i have been eating raw veggies like crazy, drinking water, and taking my vit. and not even the tyleol name is XXXXXXX and i hope you can give me some clue as what i should do. thank you so much.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Hello Jonathan,
Thank you and welcome
You are having upper respiratory tract infection which is usually of viral origin and could be managed symptomatically with medications such as tylenol or paracetamol associated to an antituissive such as codeine and antihistamine such as chlopheniramine. If after a 5-7 days the symptoms still persist then the infection is probably of bacterial origin and needs to be treated with an appropriate antibiotics like azithromycin or amoxicillin-clavulinic acid etc to combat the infection. Just a few days of antibiotics will greatly improve your condition. Other laboratory test could be run to rule out other infectious causes of your problems.

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Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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