• DeAnn DeAnn
    April 28, 2009
    COld or Flue that wont go away.
    DeAnn DeAnn
    April 28, 2009

    I am a person who does not get sick. I have sniffles, cough, sore throat, headache, body aches, diarreha and I have been very tired and have a hard time getting out of bed. I have been taking tylenol sinus, Claritan, even dayquel and all seem to work only a little. Any ideas?

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  • JB
    JB
    April 30, 2009
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    JB
    April 28, 2009

    The symptoms you listed are typical symptoms of the flu, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you have the flu.

     

    We cannot and do not diagnose conditions on this site. You should see your doctor, explain your symptoms and their duration and your doctor can diagnose your condition.

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    • Doug
      May 04, 2009
      Doug
      May 04, 2009

      How about the use of a natural fruit antiviral Juice that you can buy in any large market. Here is that antiviral Juice, "Pure Sugar Free Cranberry Juice", that you can regulate it's sour taste and antiviral affect by the adding of other Pure, Sugar Free juice. I add Pure, unsugared, Apple juice Don't take my word for it, just look up the medical use of Cranberry Juice, You can even garggle with the pure juice if you have Dental Problems and the juice will help kill any viral infection that is present in your mouth, and if you are using a Dr.s ordered medication, you can still use cranberry juice 8 ozs to 16 ozs a day. and I also add powdered Ascorbic Acid, 500 mg tab,Vit.C to a liter of the mixed juices

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