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I am feeling week & nasal congestion please help

I have bad throught taking moxkind 375, cetrizine and some cough syrup but not having much relief. Feeling weak. today is the 4th day. three times a day. nasal congestion is also there and taking otrivin
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jan 2010
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  User's Response
ok but you have to take warm water gargles with salt three times. this was prescribed by a doctor from apollo when I had similar symptoms last time some 2 months back. I am just repeating the same without consulting the doctor this time. every time there is a change of bacterial strain you need a change in antibiotic but always you should try with warm water gargles which is very important in initial symptoms till you get the sputum. so now you continue with this gargles and cetrizine and consult the doctor for change of antibiotics.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

Moxkind is an antibiotic which you need  to complete the course. Continue the same medications. Continue with the medications for 5 days.

Answered: Mon, 11 Jan 2010
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