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Severe cold and persisting cough, pain in the spleen, bubbles in urine and watery stools. History of hernia. Causes?

hi, about 2 weeks ago i had a bad cold and was coughing real bad that i had to vomit but nothing came up and i was gagging for a min then i had this pain in my spleen area for a few days. then i was coughing somemore and all in a sudden i felt sick to my stomache and started sweatting and felt like i was going to vomit again and also felt like i was going to have the runs and felt like i was going to faint but i didnt do nothing. i also have a hernia in my belly button area that felt softer afterward and now when i use the washroom my stool come s out thin and long or thin small pieces and my urine is bubbly with little white particles floating in it, have any ideal
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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You are having cloudy Urine which could be due to Urinary tract infection, get Urine examination done t look for pus cells and alsos Urine Culture done. If there is any Urinary infection and if you are female with no previous such history then one week of antibiotic will clear the infection. Do get operated for Umbilical Hernia at earliest.
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