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takethat89
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Hey everyone. I got a cold a few days ago which started with a sore throat, next day it turned into a runny nose, and for 2 days now I have had really bad chest pain and tightness, which is even worse when coughing or breathing in. I have tested positive for prior exposure to m pneumoniae and now I'm getting concerned if this is turning into something more serious.

Has anyone experienced something similar? I have tried over the counter stuff and nothing is helping. Im pretty concerned. I don't want to jump to conclusions though if it is just a chest infection that will clear up on it's own, but the last few days my chest feels heavy with pressure and sharp stabbing pains in it. Also when i breathe in or cough it hurts in my chest.

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LisaK
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take this:

OSHA

Herb Pharm makes a tincture that seems to be good . You can find it by other manufacturers too, and everyone I have tried has worked.

if that doesn't work, go to a dr!

OSHA is a miracle worker for the lungs. I used to get lung issues all the time. every tiny cold I got turned into a huge lung issue that lasted for months- until I found OSHA!!

it tastes like hell, but it is sooooooooooooooooo worth it!

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Be thankful in all things- even difficult times and sickness and trials - because there is something GOOD to be seen

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LisaK
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PS

OSHA will only take 1-3 days to totally work to the point of you seeing a difference. it is amazing.

even my kids who hate everything I give them to make them well and who refuse to take it all- THEY will take OSHA because they see that it works , and fast.

good luck!

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