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Suffering from fever, muscle aches, and occasionally coughing. And these are worse during sleep

Hello, Yesterday I had a fever , and muscle aches , and occasionally coughing. I slept from 11AM until 4PM today, but through out the night I couldn t sleep that well, because I would be coughing every 10 mins. I stopped coughing at around 10AM, and I slept a bit better. When I woke up, my neck started to get really sored, and I still have the cough, but it s less, but this time whenever I cough my chest would ache.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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Nephrologist 's  Response
An aching chest is normal when there is cough. Why dont you try a cough suppressant like ascoril-d. And aceclofenac With paracetamol combo for your neck
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Homeopath Dr. KOMAL vig's  Response
hello .. ‘Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum’.
yes u can do luke water gargling... it will soothen the throat n irritations
you can also take tulsi with honey four time in a day it will reduce the coughing..
driking turmeric milk also helps..
you can do hot fomentation to the chest to get relief from the pain..
if the fever still pesist then get examined by your doctor..
wish you good health..
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