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Joint pain, shivering, sore throat with phlegm, ear pain. Treatment for symptoms?

hey it started of with achy joints and shivering being cold then hot foned nhs24 for some advice i was told to talk reguraly ibruphfeon so i have been doing that its helped the aches etc but my throat is really sore especially first thing when i get up my mouth is full of flem and mucus my glands are up in my neck and my neck and throat is sore also sore when i swollen and i seem to have a little bit of earache the mucus has a wee tid of brown thru it :/
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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The symptoms you have mentioned are mostly due to acute pharyngitis and you need antibiotic treatment.Take tab.levofloxacillin 500mg oncea day for 7 days.Gargle with betadine gargles in the morning for sore throat.Drink warm water.For shivering you can take tab.avil.Thank you.
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