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Cough, fatigue... no fever.
I have a cough, and feel fatigued... but no fever at all... what could that be?
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Allergies maybe. Take some Zyrtec or Benydryll, or Nyquil before you go to bed. If it is allergies, it will get better within two days.
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You could just have a cough or virus without fever,or allergy,,maybe Asthma go to the Doctor.Pray God bless you.
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depends on the signs and symptoms of the cough, how long have you had the cough, and production or sputum when you cough, is it a dry cough. itichy throat.
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Could be the start of the flu or allergies, if this continues , see your physician.
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If it is has been bothering for a while, ask your doctor to check your lungs for mold. If it is under 3 days, take an antiallergic with nasal decongestant. Be careful with these medicines if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or kidney problems.
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