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Tonsils, sneezing, eye redness, difficulty breathing. Taking mox-500. Cure for symptoms?

Dear Sir, I am suffering from tonsil problem after every season change, morning sneezing , redness in eyes and my family doctor used to give me Mox-500 mg and some other medicine but yesterday night i was suffering from the same issue but i had some problem with breathing and some noise also came from neck i am very afraid kindly help me
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello Dear
Thanks for your query.

Did you have such attacks before ? You are having attack of bronchoconstriction.
Are you having fever too? May be you are having bronchitis.You will need antibiotics as well as bronchodilator to relieve you from the respiratory distress if its so.
Take CoAmoxiclav 625mg thrice daily for five days.
If there is no fever and only respiratory distress then may be it is due to allergic reaction and no need to take antibiotics in that case.
Take 2 puffs of Salbutamol inhalation during acute attack.
If the breathing problem persists and continues for days then it is better to shift to salmeterol fluticasone combination inhalation twice daily.
For the allergic reactions you mentioned you can take levocetrizine 5 mg twice daily.
Get a clinical checkup from your doctor and dont take medicines without his prescription.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
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Cardiologist Dr. Anantharamakrishnan's  Response
Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Probably this time you are having laryngitis or asthma.
Don't be afraid - See your doctor as soon as possible - he can find out and start appropriate treatment.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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