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Swollen, red throat, hurts to swallow, itchy, green nasty mucus while coughing

Mt throat is bright red and has been for the past 8 days my throat is swollen and my snoat in my nose is clear but I cough out green nasty mucus it always gets worse at night and sometimes hurts to swallow and itches. What s wrong with me and what will make it go away? I don t slow down and am constantly on the go how do I get better without just laying around?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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You have a bad case of Pharyngitis,throat inflammation.,along with allergy of the have to take antibiotics sp.since you are on the move.A 7-day course of Taxim-O 200 WITH anti allergic drugs like allegra 120 at night is required.3 days of Aceclofenac 100 mg twice daily along with warm saline gargles will help you getr better.I assure you that you will improve.
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