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History of bronchitis. Cough, hoarse voice, stuffy sinus, tiredness, dull pain in eyes. See the doctor?

Hi, I went to the doctors just after Christmas with a spasmodic cough , was given anti biotics told to rest and drink plenty of fluids, so I guessed this was some kind of bacterial bronchitis , I have suffered with bronchitis previously, rested as advised but now three weeks on I still have cough, hoarse voice, stuffy sinuses and am extremely tired, occasionally my right ear gives me a dull pain through it but this is not persistent, should I go back to doctors?, not sure, I have stopped smoking for 2 weeks now just need some advice. Many thanks Lesley
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Most probably you are suffering from sinusitis...You haven't mentioned whether along with other symptoms you have fever or not...Anyway avoid taking chill items for some time....If you avoid the risk factors, you would be cured of the problem.
Answered: Wed, 6 Feb 2013
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