Im 16 and for at least two months now i have had a cold. Ive been coughing a little but mainly sneezing, headache and a runny nose. I usually take a cold pill in the morning so that it wont be that bad and it sometimes help. One day I will barley notice the cold and only sneeze a little and not have to bad of a runny nose but maybe about once or so a week it will be really bad and i will sneeze non stop most of the day. is this maybe an allergy? ive never had any allergies before, but i know you can just develope them (ive also tried taking allergy pills, but they hace about the same effect as the cold pills) .. or is there something else i can do?
* a sore throat*, which is often described as the worst sore throat the child has ever had
* a high fever*
* enlarged lymph nodes or glands in the neck*, armpit, or groin
* malaise and fatigue* (not feeling well and feeling tired)
* anorexia (loss of appetite)
* muscle aches
* a rash, especially if your child was taking antibiotics, like ampicillin or amoxicillin
* a headache
* abdominal pain
* joint pain
(*classic symptoms of mono)
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