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Stuffy nose, fatigue, throat tightness, low energy, head pressure, intermittent cough. Reason, treatment?

I have had my nose feeling stuffy for few weeks and post nasal drip in back of thraot, and for last 24 hrs I ve been feeling fatigue and my throat feels tight. I can breath and talk but I have no energy and the tightness feeling in my throat is scary. My head hasn t really been hurting but I have been feeling head pressure as well as off and on cough
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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You seem to be affected with an attack of rhinitis,i.e., an infection of the nose and upper respiratory passage.
Though it is a troublesome condition, it is not dangerous; so, don't you worry.
Take warm saline gargle.
Avoid cold foods.
Drink plenty of water.
Take a nasal decongestant and an antiallergic tablet.
If cough's troubling you, take a cough linctus.
Get a total and differential count of blood done.
A throat swab culture and sensitivity test is also advisable.
If your problem persists, don't hesitate to consult your family physician/ ENT Specialist.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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