I have a respiratory infection of some sort. I've had symptoms for four days.
-A productive cough that is worse at night
-Thick, frothy, yellowish sputum with little red things in it
-An itchy feeling in my right lung
-Diarrhea for some reason
-Headache with photophobia with pain centered in the forehead and behind the eyeballs
-Fever that spikes in the afternoon but probably remains around 99 degrees F the rest of the day.
-The infamous Bad Cold Voice ("I tink Ib geddig a gold. Can I hab sub tylebol?")
-What appears to be a throat rash (minimally painful, thankfully)
-Tendency to think the room is ten degrees colder than it is
This sounds like the flu, and I'm worried that the doctor would laugh at me if I went in for it. On the other hand, I could have one of those nasty but treatable lung infections people occasionally get. I don't know if I should go to the doctor.
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