Are My Pains And Pains From A Cold Or Flu?
Many symptoms of these two diseases are similar. But there are some important differences:
Fever, headaches and other pain and pain are common with the flu, but less with colds.
People who have cold usually have a slut’s nose and sore throat. It’s less common when you have the flu.
Flu problems are often hit suddenly, making you weaker and weaker. A dry cough and fatigue can last 2 to 3 weeks.
Some signs that your flu is getting worse include:
A high fever
Shakes about chills
Shortness of breath
Are Painkillers Safe?
If you take them properly and follow the label instructions, OTC painkillers are safe for most people. But if you need pain relief for more than 10 days, talk to your doctor.
Although they are usually safe, side effects may occur and may be quite serious for some people. For example, if you use blood-thinning medication or have active stomach or intestinal wounds, do not take aspirin or other NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen and naproxen.
Children and adolescents with chickenpox, flu or fever should not take aspirin because of the risk of reye’s syndrome, a potentially serious medical condition. And the FDA and drug users say that over-the-counter coughs and cold drugs should not be given to children under 4 years of age.
Some doctors say that people with asthma should avoid aspirin because they get short breaths.
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