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My guess is you've caught a flew, or a bug that's carried inside from window being left open. Diflam would work amazing for you and also a...
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I would suggest you see a doctor if the cough persist for 2 weeks or when you cough anything comes up (which ever happens first)
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Hi Your find that this link should answer your question, and its very interesting.http://www.today.com/health/why-does-running-make-my-nose-run...
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Hi, Yes you can get this when you have a cold, frustrating it is, but just give it a few days and it will go, try some kind of nasal unblocking spray...
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Use a humidifier when u sleep.
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I cannot blindly advise you to self-prescribe an antibiotic based solely on the color of your mucous. Mucous can be yellow simply from stagnation and...
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Assuming you adhere to the proper doses, these two medications are compatible. Please be advised that children can have a paradoxical effect with...
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Hi As this wont go away, look for an ENT doctor, and get in quick or ASAPGood Luck
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There are over 200 known viruses that cause a cold and those cold symptoms, and each person reacts differently. You can have more than one of...
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Not all viral infections are influenza, so your self-diagnoses may have been incorrect. There are hundreds of different viruses that can cause flu...
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My advice: Go to your doctor, tell him your were self medicating z-pac for an assumed bacterial infection and that you do not like the side effects...
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Those medications would be compatible, assuming your ten year old does not have any medical contraindications.
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Cold medications are rarely used in this age group. Infant colds are typically treated with saline nasal drops with mucous aspiration using a bulb...
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ask doctor if he or she can take Capron DM and if neb treatment would help with breathing
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Always consider environmental allergies as a possible cause, but six year olds are very prone to back-to-back viral infections (from school and/or...
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