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A 22-year-old female asked:

I have cold?

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Dr. Jerome Zacks
Cardiology 53 years experience
Maybe: Based upon the information you've given, one could conclude that indeed you have a cold because, why would someone pose the question if they were not experiencing symptoms commonly associated with a cold. On the other hand, one could argue, "how can you conclude a person has a cold when they haven't divulged any of their symptoms!" so, help us by providing a few details.
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 27 years experience
Symptoms?: The most common symptoms of a cold are sneezing, running nose, congestion and scratchy throat. Additional symptoms can be coughing, headaches, mucus dripping down the back of the throat, loss of appetite and fever (in children).
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