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Acute strep throat, swelling and pus
I am a patient of strep throat since 10 years . I was diagnosed for streptococcus bacterial 6 years back. Pus cells and swelling appear in my tonsils which in turn gives high fever. Till date I have had approx all antibiotics and clindamycin was last I had. I again have started pus cells growth in my left tonsils and high fever and body aches. I have been prescribed azee 500 oncle daily for 3 days and a symptomatic medicine for pain and fever. Can I increase the dosage period to 1 tab every 18 hours ??
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Rather than increasing the dosage, you need a better antibiotic. Also you need to follow this dietary instructions.1.Take  warm or hot drinks often – hot tea , hot coffee,hot Soups, hot milk. 2.Avoid Fried/Oily foods like – Samosa, Dosa, Pakora, Papad, Namkeens, Potato Chips , Namkeens. 3.Avoid Hotel Food, Avoid Fast food, Hamburgers, Pizza. 4.Do not take any COLD drinks , cold water, ice cream, chilled food from refrigerator. 5.Take soft foods like rice Gurrel (Khichdi), Plain daal, boiled vegetables. 6.Avoid Chillies completely. 7.Take plain warm water, Cocunut water, Enerzal in warm water. 8.Avoid Cold Milk , Meat Products , Fried rice and noodles. 9.Avoid Sour fruits like Citrus fruits, grapes. 10.Avoid heavy meals, eat small frequent meals. 11.Avoid Alcoholic drinks of all kinds  like Beer, Wine,whisky,vodka etc. 12. Warm saline gargles thrice daily. 13. Steam inhalation thrice daily.Rest for 5 days.
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