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I am having a recurrence of symptoms after viral infection. I have been sick for 2 weeks with sore throat and a mostly non-productive cough that brings up thick green phlegm that tastes awful. I was starting to feel better, got voice back but then my sore throat has returned. I feel really fatigued and fuzzy headed today as well as some rib pain on the right hand side. I was running a temp in the evening around 101* but not running one currently. I just feel really sick all of the sudden.
Should I be concerned about this or will it pass in time? What could be causing the recurrence?
I am an asthmatic with a tendency to get bronchitis and pneumonia easily. I
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