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Blocked Ear,cold n cough n mild sneezing
I travelled from flight on 26th and my right ear is still blocked, I am having cold and sore throat due to weather changes and some mild sneezing during the day. I am having azithromycin 500 for the last two days.. 1 tab daily.. the cold is still there.. the throat ache has reduced.. just in the night the pain is there.. doing gargling as well. Should I also take Sinarest along with Azithromycin? And how to pop my ear out as its very irritating.
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it is comnon with flight journey sir, plz take sinarest no problm and do regular steam inhalation no need to worry ...
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You can take. Add steam inhalation . You should feel better.
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