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Having stomach sensitivity with diarrhoea and deep cough with dark brown mucous. Finish medicines or see doctor immediately?

Last Thursday, I was taken by cough , running nose, pain in my eyeballs, nausea , and diarrhea , pain in my entire body especially quads and upper back, and fever. After 3 days on Tylenol multisymptoms medicine, bed rest, easy diet (soup, toasts, some dates, Gatorade, water, tea), I am feeling better. However, my stomach is still quite sensitive accompanied by diarrhea and deep cough with dark brown mucous remains. Should I finish the medication and take it from there or should I see my doctor immediately? Thank you!
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Hi, Since even after three days you are having diarrhea and productive cough , I think you should take a proper antibiotic course for your infection. Watch for any fever. Alongwith antibiotics , take probiotics and expectorant to ease your symptoms. Hope it helps.
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