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Suffering from staph infection, coughing, vomiting, sinus condition. Knee surgery done. Treatment?

48 year old woman. Exhausted. Rough summer, husband got staph infection from arthroscopic knee surgery at a VA Hospital. 3 weeks ago given Z PAC for sinus infection . One week later given levocin (spelling?) for 7 days. Been off antibiotics for 2 weeks. Zero energy and appetite. Coughing to the point of vomiting. Cough medicine and inhaler help a bit. Diffulty falling and staying asleep. Any ideas? Going back to Dr in am.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the condition is due to medicines given during surgety
no need of antibiotics now
start with anti allergics
give tab singular 1 tab three times a day
tab asthalin 2 mgm twice a day
syp tossex 1 tsf tds
tab flunarazine 5 mgm at night
seroflo inhaler sos
do for 3 week
cet xray for sinus
post after results
Answered: Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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