I have left-sided crampy stomach pain and chest pain which is mostly located under breast, near ribcage. About two years ago I got Streptococcal infection, pneumonia and bronchitis at the same time. In ER, they prescribed Amoxicillin. But it did not work for me as I am allergic to Penicillin and Amoxicillin. That is the only time I can remember being in this pain. Three weeks back again I had Streptococcal infection. My doctor said that I might have flu and I am on Azithromycin now. I am wondering are stomach cramps, chest pain, back pain, and labored breathing symptoms of flu? Please do the needful.
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Infection by Streptococcus or viral.Investigations to be done:
1. Complete blood count.
2. Chest x-ray.
3. Nasal and throat swab culture.
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