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Sneezing, coughing, back ache, stuffy nose, no chest congestion, have nausea

Hello, I am experiencing some difficulties today. I have been sneezing and coughing way more than usual, it is killing my chest/ lung area. The upper part of my back feels sort of achy, I have a stuffy nose but no chest congestion and I can t seem to stay hydrated. I have been experiencing this over the weekend and it hasn t went away just yet. Also, I am having nausea but no vomiting .
Asked On : Fri, 16 Mar 2012
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Hi welcome to HCM,
As stated by you sneezing and coughing was present earlier & it worsened today .There can be many possibilities all indicative of upper respiratory tract infection ,you need to consult any physician for anti-bacterial therapy ,in interim you can use nasal drops& anti -histamines like levo-cetrizine for relief of your symptoms .
Kindly ,avoid using any antibiotics without consent of your physician .Keep your self re-hydrated by taking liquids are regular intervals.
I, Hope ,i have answered your query ,
Answered: Fri, 16 Mar 2012
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