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Cough, throat irritation, sleeplessness, sticky saliva, spitting. Taken pulmoclox, cheston. Treatment?

I had been to a doctor recently, for having mild cough with throat irritation and pain. the doctor prescribed cheston - 3 times a day, and pulmoclox cap - 3 times a day. since two days the condition has deterioritated and I am just unable to sleep in night with uncessant cough, which is accompanied by sticky saliva , which I keep spitting throughout the night ... are these two medicines causing this? I think I was far better without them. Please advice. One more thing to add is when I sit upright the cough is less, when I sleep the cough is just unstoppable!
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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hello srikadambi ,

you have h/o cough with expectorency and throat irritation.just you have to use 1 anti biotic (azithromycin 500mg,one tablet daily for 3 days,AFTER BREAKFAST)and 1 antacid(rabeprazole 20mg once daily,BEFORE BREAKFAST fast for 3 days)1 cough syrup(ascoril-LS,3 TIMES DAILY).....your problem will be solved in 3 days.kindly mention your age while posting a question.

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Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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