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Mild cough, headaches, sinus. Neurophen advised. How to clear the mucus from lungs?

Hi i have had a mild cough, headaches, mild sinus, sore muscles, a sore back - particularly in between my shoulder blades (to such a degree that i can t get comfortable no matter what position i lay in bed and have had to resort to neurophen to ease the pain 4 nights in a row) and today a croaky voice - i feel as though a cold is coming on but it has been more than a week....I haven t taken anything except neurophen to go to sleep. I have had the flu shot. I am inclinded to ride it out but would appreciate any advice as to help to clear the mucus in my lungs....
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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You could try advil cold and sinus or some other OTC med to help thin out the mucus so you can clear such from your sino pulmonary tract.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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