Sore throat, stuffy/runny nose, headache, chapped/bloody lips, coughing up blood. What's wrong?

You need exam by Dr. Coughing up blood should never be ignored and should warrant an office visit or at least a phone call to your physician. A normal cold will not usually result in coughing up blood unless the coughing was very prolonged and severe. Even then it's best to speak with your physician as it is one of the warning signs of lung cancer. Chelilitis is the term for inflammation of the lips. See:
URI. This sounds like a common cold with broken blood vessels in your nose, throat or lungs: you must be seen immediately for examination and evaluation.
Get Evaluated. You could have a bacterial or viral infection.See your PCP or go to an urgent care center or ER immediately. for evaluation and treatment.

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