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Severe cough, ear pain and excessive mucus. Throat covered with red veins. What is wrong?

Hi. I m sixteen and live in Chicago. Just got back from savannah georgia as I was there for a week on a vacation. First time ever being there. For about the last 48 hours or so that I was there, I developed a severe cough , and my job on the right side was dislocated for over two days before I went to savannah. So when I also had a slight ear ache and my eardrum on the right side was giving me problems I wasn t sure if they were related. I ve been coughing up way excessive amounts of mucus , more then the expected when sick or carrying a cold . And when I looked in my throat in the mirror on the roof of my mouth near the back of the throat there was a pattern that look like little red veins all over. Do you have a clue what that could be? Please get back to me thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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hi,thanks for query,
you have upper respiratory tract infection with pharyangitis.
this will cause ear ache as you have swollen tube that joints throat with ear.
you need to take an antibiotics medicines along with anti allergic medicine for control of your cold.
Answered: Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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