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Sore throat
Hello I am traveling abroad, and I have got a bad sore throat. If I visit the doctors here they will ask me to wait for 3-5 days before taking any medication. Can you please suggest what can I take? I have some Indian medicines with me such as azithromycin, roxid 150, allegra, paracetamol, cetirizine. Your response will be highly helpful. Thanks
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T. Azithromycin 1-0-0 x 3days, is ok.
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Please take proper antibiotic course... Need some more history... Kindly take consultation for better evaluation and treatment
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U have all the medicines u need right now. Take Tab azithromycin once a day for 5days Tab Allegra while sleeping hours for 7days Tab pcm 500mg twice a day 5days Start warm saline gargle mixed with table salt at least 3times a day .
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Take Azithromycin 500mg once a day for 5 days.
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