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Suffering with sinus, chest and trhoat infections, extremely smelly perspiration, nasal drip. How to resolve this ?

Hi. I ve been sick for nearly 2 weeks with various throat infections, a chest infection and sinus infection . I haven t taken antibiotics but have just been taking garlic tablets daily (odorless). I noticed a few days ago that my perspiration is extremely smelly. I still have nasal drip and what I bring up from my chest isn t coloured much bust tastes fowl. I bath at night and again in the morning as I suffer nocturnal sweats (since early 20 s). I moisturise my underarms. I have been quite stressed lately as well and suffered bad cold sores . Would the chest infection and sinus infection, plus the duration o f my illnesses be the cause of my body odour? And what should I do to resolve the smell issue?
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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Oct 2013
hello dear,
thanks for your query at health care magic,
i understand your concern regarding heallth,
you have been suffering from throat and sinus infection since two weeks and it has not deceased its the time to take antibiotics
1 take tab amoxycillin plus clavuronic acid 625 mg twice daily
2 tab sinarest thrice daily
3 tab levocetrizine 5 mg at bed time
4 drik plenty of water
your smell is because of the infection in sinus that is causing you to smell odour in every thing your sniffing
once infection comes down that odour will decease.
Answered: Mon, 30 Sep 2013
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