How to treat a sore throat

Treating a sore cough and sore throat can be difficult, but if you’re having a difficult time, you might want to consider some of the following suggestions: Call your doctor for an exam.

If your doctor has an appointment, try to schedule an appointment with your doctor to get an appointment.

If you have to travel, you can schedule an overnight appointment with an allergy doctor.

If the doctor’s office is closed, you may want to visit another doctor for a physical exam or a more thorough physical exam.

Check with your family doctor if you have a family history of asthma.

This can help you identify a better asthma treatment for you.

If a treatment doesn’t work for you, talk with your allergist.

For a mild case, you don’t have to wait for a prescription from your doctor.

The allergist can give you an idea of what type of treatment might work for your allergy.

If an allergy is severe, talk to your allergists about other options that might help.

If all this isn’t enough, you should also ask your allergister what medications your doctor might prescribe.

Ask your allergisters if you might need to have an allergy test.

This could help you get a more accurate diagnosis and take steps to prevent future reactions to a treatment.

If this is a major problem for you and your allergens are in your family, talk more with your healthcare provider.

Your healthcare provider can give advice on what to do if the allergy is so severe you can’t work or school.

If there is a serious complication to your treatment, talk about it with your caregiver or a healthcare provider who is familiar with your allergies.

For more information about allergies, check out our list of symptoms for allergies.