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    COLD

  • The common cold and the flu may seem very similar at first. They are indeed both respiratory illnesses and can cause similar symptoms. However, different viruses cause these two conditions, and your symptoms will gradually help you differentiate between the two.

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    COUGH

  • Cough is a natural way of throwing out mucus and foreign practicals out of lungs or respiratory tract. If cough persists for long, If you are coughing up thick green or yellow phlegm, or if you are wheezing, having continuous fever, see a doctor

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    ENT

  • if your ent continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

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    FEVER

  • Seek medical attention if you have: Fever of 103 F (39.4 C) or higher for Adults and 100.4(38 C) for Children Fever accompanied by sweating, chills and a cough with colored phlegm Significantly swollen glands Severe sinus pain

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    HEADACHE

  • Headaches are most common pain in the body caused due to several reasons. You should see a doctor if the headache is associated with fever, loss of sensation, weakness or change in vision

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    FLU

  • FLU is a respiratory tract infection caused due to multiple virus. It can be conformable but rarely life threatening. It is contentious and there are vaccination available to prevent it.

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    MINOR RASHES

  • Rashes could be due to allergy, reactions or Infections caused due to fungal, bacterial, parasitic, or viral.

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    DIARRHEA

  • If you are passing watery stools, having stomach pain, abdominal cramps, fever then it could be Diarrhea. Most cases of diarrhea resolve without treatment, however if it persists see a doctor.

If your cold continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your cough continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your ent continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your fever continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your headache continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your flu continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your rashes continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.

If your diarrhea continues for more than a few days you may want to see a doctor.




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