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chesty, dry cough, bumps on the back of the tongue, ulcers in mouth, stuffy nose. Advice?

Hi, for the last 4-5 days I ve had a really bad cough , it started out as just a niggly tickly cough, which kept me up at night as was worse when I laid down, now its turned into a chesty, dry cough, and I have bumps on the back of my tongue , and some ulcers in my mouth and a bruised feeling in my chest, presumably the ulcers are just because I m run down. I don t feel bad in myself, I have a bit of a stuffy nose but apart from that and the cough I feel fine.
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Hi, please take a mucolytic with proton pump inhibitor and bronchodilator for few days. Take lot of steam and hot fluid sips. Do take a course of antibiotics if fever comes in consultation with an ENT. Avoid junk food and oily and spicy things. Mouth ulcers can be controlled with triamcinolone gel for local application. Regards
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