At this point, the illness has been going on for quite some time, and it is important that you discuss your symptoms with your doctors
">doctor. I would recommend calling in to his or her office to schedule an appointment, and describing your symptoms at that time. Many doctors will be able to call back and arrange the timing of your visit based on how concerned they are about your symptoms, meaning that he or she may ask you some extra questions about what exactly has been going on. The fact that you still have a cough may or may not be normal, as a cough can persist for up to 3 months for some people after an upper respiratory tract infection. The dizziness
is less clear, however, as that is not generally a symptom that people associate with the common cold. While involvement of the ear can lead to some of those symptoms, we would hope that those would clear up, and it is important to speak with your doctor to see if you need to speak with another specialist about your concerns. Sinus infections could also potentially cause some of your symptoms. Please speak with your doctor.