A 44 year old African American presented to the clinic with cough and congestion.
She described her congestion as in her head, with stuffy, runny nose and constant sniffling. Her throat was irritated, and she had a dry cough that was bothering her. This had been going on for 2 days. She said she also had congestion in her chest and the mucous made it hard to breathe sometimes. She had not tried any OTC meds for this condition. She took medicines for diabetes and high blood pressure: lisinopril and metformin. No other issues such as chest pains, dizziness, fainting spells, throwing up, diarrhea, urination problems. Her vital signs were Temp 97.7 F, BP 150/90, pulse 37, resps 12. The patient was somewhat obese. Her lung sounds were clear on exam. Her husband was at the clinic for the same symptoms.
WHAT IS THE PRIMARY DIAGNOSIS?