What’s Going Around: November 12th

Sore throat, cough, and the dreaded flu. That’s What Going Around this week.

Lori Lipinski at the Calvert Clinic in Calvert City reports upper respiratory infections, bronchitis, and ear infections.

Dr. Brian Harrison in Benton, Illinois says upper respiratory infections are also a problem at his office.

Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Brown from QuickCare at Four Rivers Internal Medicine in Paducah is treating mononucleosis, some viral sore throats, nasal congestion, and bronchitis.

Dr. Nicholas O’Dell at Murray Medical Associates is seeing cough, sore throats, and a few cases of influenza

Nurse Practitioner Rhonda Darnell at Marshall County Family Medical is seeing bronchitis, gastroenteritis, and strep throat.

Dr. Daisy Benigno, in Hickman, Kentucky reports upper respiratory infections and gastroenteritis.

Dr. John Hale in Union City, Tennessee reports upper respiratory infections, a stomach virus lasting 24 to 48 hours….but thankfully, no flu.

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