- High fever.
- Strong, stinging pain around the chest - usually only on one side. This gives the pain by breathing and coughing.
- Abdominal pain.
- Pain killers may be given to reduce the pain
- Antibiotics can be administered to reduce the infection in the initial stages.
- Anti Inflammatory medications can be given.
- Heat therapy can be given by placing a hot water bottle wrapped in a towel on the painful area.
- Good hygiene and regular hand washing can reduce the risk of infection.
- Juices of pear, cranberry, apple, dark grapes and pomegranate: Any of the fruit juices mentioned here can be taken as they combat the flu-like symptoms.
- Orange: This is the most ideal fruit for all types of bacterial or viral infections as this increases the body's resistance against infections.
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