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Cold ,cough, mild fever for 3 weeks
I had cold ,cough and fever two weeks back.I have consulted doctor and he prescribed antibiotics(amoxilin 625 and paracetomal 500 and ascoril cough syrup). Then after a week cold and cough continued with running nose and he gave some cold tablet for two days and it is settled. Again I am suffering sever cold,cough and chill in the body with temperature of 97 to 99 deg F from yesterday onward. Today i went to consult again and he prescribed for some blood and urine check up . I have attached the report with this mail. He is asking me to take IV daily for four days and few more antibiotics. I have told my medical history with him and he asked me get the opinion with you regarding the treatment. Shall i take treatment with him or need to go to big hospital? Kindly suggest .... Blood Report WBC - 12950 c/cumm Neutrophils -- 77% Eosinophils -- 7% ESR - 36mm/1hr AEC - 905 c/cumm Urine Report Appearance -- cloudy Albumin -- ++ pus cells -- 26-28/hpf Epithelial -- present in clumps
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The reports indicate infection . However amoxy will not work here. You need some more Medicines.i can help you with proper treatment , private consult for the prescription Medicines
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