Even if you start out with a runny nose, eventually, you’ll have throat symptoms later on. Sounds like a classic cold, right? <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>when</span>
you see your doctor, throat redness and
s are noted, confirming even further that you’re in the middle of a stand
ard upper respiratory infection, or the common cold. Typically, it’ll last anywhere from 3-5 days. A small minority will progress into one of the classic complications of a common cold, such as a bronchitis or sinusitis.