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Have fever and cough, coughed up blue sputum. Low immunity. Solution?

Dr. I am a med student but i have 2 autoimmune diseases sometimes my immunity hits the floor....I had a chest round i entered it with a previous cold that resolved after 2 days and at the end of nine days in the round i coughed up at the time i had some fever cough and a runny nose ,,,i thought i picked up an infection (cold at most ) but i was frightened when i coughed up blue sputum --- 6 days passed uneventfully (change of voice in the morning only ) till now i coughed about a 2.5 cm by 2.5 cm pure blue sputum should i be worried or not ?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you may also be sufferin from alleries also
as in low immunity there are many types of allergies developed
you may need to use metronidazole in bd dose to clear the infective sputum
alon with add anti allergic tablets anti alleric and bronchodilator syp
add antipyretic off and on for fever
you need to treat the condition by consultin the ent specialist doctor for permanent cure as it seems like sinuses involved in your case
Answered: Mon, 19 Aug 2013
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