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Sharp pain in abdomen, persistent cough, hoarse voice, shortness of breath. Causes for symptoms?

I have a sharp pain in my upper left side of mmy abdomin, I have a persistant cough that won t go away, my voice is very hoarse and I take in alot of secondhand smoke . I have shoulder pain, and feel as though my lungs are being constricted. my feet itch terribly but I don t have any fungus or athletes foot , my hands also itch. I am also always sick and terribly sick at that. I get short of breath very easily, but I m only 14, and a female. what could cause these symptoms?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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hello tyler
i think you are suffering from respiratory tract infection.
use warm water for drinking , avoid cold food.
you can use betadiene gargles for sore throat.
your pain is due to persistent cough you have so take antibiotic like cefixime 200 mg twice daily with ambrodil plus salbutamol combination
Answered: Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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