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On antibiotics for sinus infection. High WBC. Sore throat, swollen tonsil and severe back pain. Is this serious?

Hi I been on antibotics for ten days for sinus infection . I went to ER for back pain four days ago and was told my wbc was17,000 after I received this information I had four days left on antibotics. I have had a sore throat for three weeks now along with swollen left tonsil . my question is does it take a awhile for wbc to drop or is it something more serious.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
You got severe upper respiratory tract infection.
after your antibiotic medicine course is completed and you have got problem persisted then go for again wbc to see weather count is decreased.
If it does not down then it is possible that particular antibiotic is resistant to bacteria.
Then go for throat swab examination for bacteria and culture sensitivity test.
Do Listerine gargle.
Avoid fried, junk food and cold drinks.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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