What Im most worried about is my throat and mouth. It has a layer of yellow, white coating, and it is very veiny. I have never seen this before in my, and I'm constantly worried about it. I got scratched by a dog about 3 months ago, and I was wondering if that has any correlation to what I'm experiencing in my throat. I read a lot about rabies on the internet and now I'm afraid I may have it. I went to a number of doctors after the scratch and they all said I was fine, and that I would have died by now. But what if they are wrong, and its too late?
I have a runny nose with clear mucus, and a mild cough. My stomach has been acting up lately, I feel bloated and full no matter if I burp or use the bathroom it just does not help. The only meds I've been taking is Ibuprofen and Benedryl. Please help me.View Thread
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