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Suspected upper respiratory tract infection lasting for one week

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One week, the cough was severe and the throat was sore. At the beginning, there were cold and dizziness symptoms. Now the cold symptoms are mild. The cough is caused by the itching of the throat and the itching of the middle of the chest. The itching of the middle of the chest is obvious when breathing deeply. In the first two days, the throat is swollen and painful, and there is purulent sputum in the cough. In the middle stage, the throat is detumescence, there is no sputum or less sputum in the cough, and there is a wheezing cough. Today, the throat is swollen again, the swallowing saliva is painful, and the cough is less sputum. In the initial stage, Take amoxicillin, Sanjiu Ganmaoling and Pudilan in the middle stage; These two days were changed to Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide and Lanqin oral liquid; Take ambroxol hydrochloride and Lanqin oral liquid today; It's been bad. I'd like to ask whether it's a cold or tracheitis. How can I use drugs to cure it quickly

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