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How can cold, sneezing and thick mucus with fever be treated?

hi dr. my daughter aged 14, she is suffering cold from one week, and her sneezing from nose is thick and yellow,from 2days she is getting temperature 100 to102 degrees. and now i gave her sinus77 tablet.we stay at hyderabad, india, please tell me the tablet is right which i have given. please.
Fri, 5 Apr 2019
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Hi,

As per your query you have symptoms of cold, sneezing and thick mucus with a fever which seems to be due to persistent respiratory tract infection.

Need not to worry. As you are already taking medicine but not getting benefitted much, I would suggest you visit Pediatrician once and get it examined. You should go for blood tests and X-ray of the chest to check the extent and cause of infection. You should take a proper course of antibiotic along with anti-allergic medication. You should do warm saline gargles and take cough expectorants. Take plenty of fluids. Avoid oily, sharp and spicy food. Take steam inhalation as well.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Harry Maheshwari, Dentist
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How can cold, sneezing and thick mucus with fever be treated?

Hi, As per your query you have symptoms of cold, sneezing and thick mucus with a fever which seems to be due to persistent respiratory tract infection. Need not to worry. As you are already taking medicine but not getting benefitted much, I would suggest you visit Pediatrician once and get it examined. You should go for blood tests and X-ray of the chest to check the extent and cause of infection. You should take a proper course of antibiotic along with anti-allergic medication. You should do warm saline gargles and take cough expectorants. Take plenty of fluids. Avoid oily, sharp and spicy food. Take steam inhalation as well. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Harry Maheshwari, Dentist