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Extremeties extremely cold. Having temperature, bodyaches, runny nose, sneezing, dry cough. Had pneumothorax previously. Suggestions?

I am a 64 year old white female. No medications of any kind. Starting last night I had a temperature of 97.4 and my extremities are extremely cold. I am aching. I have a runny nose and am sneezing every few minutes. I have a slight cough, dry, no mucus . My temperature is now 101.4. My right lung , front and mostly back, hurts in the same spot I had a pneumothorax in 1985.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
It seems that you might be having acute respiratory tract infection.
Go for x-ray chest,
Go for complete blood check up.
After report go for treatment accordingly.
You may require higher antibiotic medicine course.
Consult your doctor and get examined.
Meanwhile take paracetamol tablet for fever.
Take some cough syrup.
Avoid fried, chillies and junk food.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 10 Jul 2013
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