I've been struggling for the last 5 weeks with recurring cold & flu symptoms, a lot of sneezing, now i have a cough which is quite chesty, by the weekend i feel completely drained, somtimes quite achy during the evenings.
I'm taking paracetomol extra, not suffering from high temp though.
I'm also taking Fluexotin (i'm wondering whether this is compromising my immune system?)
I gave up smoking about the same time as coming down with a bad cold also.
Could really do with some advice.
I work as a fresh fruit technologist so i get to eat lots of Grape, Melons, Citrus, Blueberries etc.
Sat i felt very run down and as the day went on worse & worse, OK yesterday, but again today not so good, very frustrating as i don't want Christmas ruined by being knackered!!.
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