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Headache, bodyaches, fatigue, breathlessness, chest pain, cold. Treatment for symptoms?

hey I was just hoping if i could have some help, my girlfriend is in XXXXXX on schoolies and is at her hotel now and the clinic is closed, she has a headache , she says her body is aching all over and she has a lot of fatigue , shortness of breath and finds it hard to breathe. she also has chest pains and she is very cold even though the temperature is very hot
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Hello Friend,

I go through Ur query.

She probably got Common Cold With Lower Respiratory Tract Infection ( Pneumonia ?)

Bring Her To Nearest Physician to check up & Treatment. Ask him about ANTIBIOTICS.

Advise for Her :

- Salt water gargling 3-4 times a day.

- Avoid Cold Drinks & water

- Avoid Oily Junk foods

- Take Medicated Gargles from Medical store after consulting Ur nearby Physician/Doctor.

Proper antibiotics & anti- fever treatment would be sufficient with pain killer drugs

& Get well soon Dear.

Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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