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Pregnant taking antibiotics for UTI. Headache, shivers, sweats, back pain and sore throat. Spots on tonsils

Hi there I am 3 months pregnant have had a uti for over a month 3 lots of antibiotics and am unsure if it has cleared up, I have been feeling very poorly the last 2 days shivers, sweats, head ache sore throat and achy all over including a pain in my back just checked my throat and have white spots on my tonsils my husband and my little boy have had a similar thing what could this be?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Thanks for query.
your symptoms suggested of tonsilitis.same problem is with your husband and baby also.
you should consult a OBGYN for your problem,should not take antibiotic without priscription.
gargles with warm water.
steam inhalation.
vitamin c tab
no cold water
take care
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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