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I have headache/neck ache, laryngitis that is improving, no fever,

I have headache/neck ache, laryngitis that is improving, no fever, no sore throat, not a productive cough, but a dry cough occasionally. I think I got this from someone who had similar symptoms and was on antibiotics but i would prefer no antibiotics because I think it is a virus. Suggestions so I can take care of my Grandchildren and not feel like I will spread this yuk. Thank You so much.
Fri, 19 Oct 2018
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