Wednesday night I became extremely exhausted after work, came home and passed out on the couch. Thusday, woke up felt like garbage, had a sore throat and layed around all day. Friday, felt a little better, still had post nasal drip, lost my voice that night. Woke up Saturday, Sore throat, had a horrendous sinus infection and felt like garbage. I started taking Sulfamethoxazole anti biotic that I had left over from a previous sinus infection and using my nasal rinse bottle. That improved immediately Sunday, but I still had a scratchy throat and a terrible horse voice. Today, still have a horse voice, improved a bit, but tonight my eye started to sting real bad. I went to the bathroom and there was puss, and "eye crusty" above and below my eye. So I googled 'eye puss' and immediately came across pink eye. Could all of this have come from this cold? Or do I have some crazy infection? Thanks!
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