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Sore throat, coughing, muscle pain, swollen glands, dizziness. Cure for symptoms?

It started with a dry store throat , then had the need to cough to stop scratchy feeling, muscle aches, one coughing spell produced hard mucus chunk, swollen glands this morning, throat feels like I have velcro in it, hoarse voice and need to clear throat constantly. Glands went dlown as morning went on. Also have had pressure in eyes anf some dizziness for a week prior to the other symptomd.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hi sberglin ! You have symptom of oral infection and cold. First ! If fever take paracetamol, for constant cough take anti allergy tab and cough syrup (don't drink too much, make you dry ) then amoxicilline tab for oral infection. do hot compress to chest. inhale vicks by puting in hot water. These thing will sure help you. Get well soon. Bye.
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