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Having cough and clogged ear. Had cold. Allergy? What could this be?

Hi, I caught a cold, or I thought it was only a cold, exactly two weeks ago. It knocked me out for two days then i started feeling better. I have been continuing my normal activites and exercise since last Saturday but my throat never stopped hurting although it is not as bad as it was the first few days. I would compare it to allergies. My concern in that I still have a cough and now I have had a clogged ear for two day? What could this be?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you must hae took medicines for cold decongestants paracetamol and antibiotics cause this
or if you neglected again this can happen
the mucus fills in sinuses leading to post nasal drip and hence the symptomps writen by you develop
pnd iritates the thrat leading to swelling and pain

and pnd falling in trachea leads to cough
take anti allergic singular 10 mg bd
tab fexofenadine 120 mg od
syp tossex 1.2 tsf night
syp gelusil 1 tsf bd
put sea water drops in nose 1 drop bd to clear throat
take for 3 week to complete recovery and to prevent recurences
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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