I was wondering if someone could let me know what they might think is going on here... symptoms began with mild sore throat one day; very early next morning chills, nausea, dry heaving, phlegm(thick w blood, but only with a blood a couple times) feeling weak...moved onto even stronger sore throat on the right side as well as right ear itching, coughing, nasal congestion; then was just mainly coughing, some phlegm and just then annoying coughing... sore throat seemed to be going away... then i wakeup the next morning with it getting stronger again, but on the left side only.. the next day really sore and left ear itch.
left side of throat still store...especially in the morning time..and also phlegm every now and then... on day 12 of the saga, i went to clinic, tested for strep..negative ... today is day 14 or 15
anybody know what could be going on? does it sound like post nasal drip and allergies? or something else??
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