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Sore throat, swollen glands, feels dizzy. Reoccurs after stopping anti-biotic course. Is related to blocked bowel?

Hi for the last 10 weeks i have had a recurring sore throat , swollen glands, sinus infection and ear infection! I also have low blood pressure of 98/64 when last checked plus am experiencing dizzy spells quite often. I ve now had 3 courses of anti-biotics and its back again 4 days after the last course finished. This all kicked off after my gp sent e to a&e with a blocked bowel. Any way they could all be related?
Sat, 10 May 2014
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, looking to the history given here I could say that this could be allergic condition and taking anti biotic for this is not good this wont work here but could possibly induced the placebo effects, the best option is taking anti histamine drug and the best option is Tab Levocetrizine 10 mg three times in day. take care and have nice day.
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