So i have had a cough for the past couple of dayz and i thought it was getting better, i stayed home from work one day and it was horrible i was clammy, dizzy, headaches, sore throat and exhausted! I woke up the next day and i seemed to be okay, just a cough still and i lost my voice a bit. Well later today i went to bed early and i just woke up to feed my son when i could barely breathe, my throat is unbelievably sore, and i have this extreme sharp pain in my upper-middle left side of my back! It hurts the most when i breathe so i assumed it was my left lung, but it also doesn't stop, rather is a constant pain and just gets worse with i take a breathe. I had bronchitis in my left lung probably about 3 weeks - 1 month ago and was prescribed gen-clarithromycin, i took it for about 4 days and than i misplaced the bottle and so just stopped taking them. I thought it had gone away but now im wondering if it just got extremely worse. I found the bottle this evening looked it up and found that it is for treating my exact symptoms so i ate something and took one in hopes that i could stop feeling like this in a couple of dayz. If you have any advice i would sure love to hear it. Thanks
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