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Prescribed with steroid shot, zpack, cough syrup, codeine after detecting junk on checking the lower back with stethoscope. Meaning?

Went to doctor, he used stethoscope on lower back then gave steroid shot, perscribe zpak and cough syrup with codeine . All he said was, yep, you ve got some junk in there. What did that mean? Chest infection? Bronchitis? Pneumonia? I was waiting for him to give explanation when he walked out of the room and sent nurse in with the shot.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Hi Dear
Welcome to the Heath care Magic,
Dear you have not given any history or symptoms to correlate. But still i can presume that you are having some chest infection probably pneumonia or bronchitis which can be heard by the stethoscope and might have been labelled as junk. That is why you have been prescribed codeine and antibiotic.
presumably If you are suffering with these mentioned diseases. Hope you should respond to this treatment
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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