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Earlier had pneumonia. Back pain when coughing, hoarse voice. What could this be?

i have been sick with flu like symptoms since being diagnosed with walking pneumonia 6 months ago. when I cough my back hurts about 4 inches up the spine and am not getting better. It is now starting to effect my voice as i am going horse. Family physician too busy to care. I was on meds for the pnuemonia for 10 days and had x-rays of chest that showed nothing. what could this be? i am beginning to become very worried as there is NO way i should be sick this long!
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
afer treatment of pneumania with antibiotics there are development of allergy due to decreased immunity
and most common is sinuses
there is post nasal drip of mucus in throat
which fall in airway causing irritation of vocal cords
leading to hoarseness
need to get xray pns waters view
get consultation of ent doctor to treat it to cure from your symptomps
Answered: Mon, 2 Sep 2013
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