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Suffering cough and cold, taken Azithromycin, Respira, Benocide forte, no help. Any cure ?

for since 1 month i am suffering cough and cold allergy ,with small small reasons i am suffering from cold..also i am doing gargling with warm water and i have taken Azithromycin tablets 7,Respira syrupy and also Benocide forte 100mg tablet still i am suffering from problem.i dont have smoking habit.can u please suggest some way,i am feedup with this.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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This is due to upper and lower respiratory tract infection if you are not feeling good with Azithromycin go for more potent Antibiotic such as Tab. Avelox 400 mg once daily for 05 days with an oral decongestant such as Loratidine twice a day for 07 days and an antitussive agent for cough such as Acefyl cough 02 TSF thrice a day for 07 days.
Avoid yogurt and other cold thing have gurgles with salt water.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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