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Tonsillar lymph node enlargement. Taking altracef medication, lower left sided back pain. Cure?

hi, I ve been having painful tonsillar lymphnode enlargement for the past one week. Went to a dr and was on altracef( cefuroxime ) for 5d. today is 5th medication day. 2 days back a i developed sever low backache on left side alone...........can u say y is all these...............going for basic blood tests today.
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Lower Backache should not be related to this ear disease and you need to take rest and see for the position in which you sleep as there can be muscular pain because of sleeping in wrong position .There can also be pain due to acidity or stomach upset which may occur because of the antibiotic you can take curd so that the stomach settles down .
Take anti inflammatory medicine for today and see whether the pain goes as seems to be muscular.
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Answered: Thu, 14 Nov 2013
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