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Feel like something chocked in throat
Hello Doctor, Hope ur doing well. Past 3 to 4 days I feel as though something is choking in my throat. I don't feel any pain nor swallowing difficulty. When gargled I feel it's good..but again in few mins it's back. During 1st pregnancy in 2009 I had APLA (Anti phospho lipid syndrome) and I took ecosprin 75mg and Low molecular weight heparin 40mg. Though I did not have apla syndrome for my 2nd pregnancy in 2017, my gyn advised the same medications for safer side. Sir.. this block in my throat, would it be because of covid any clot would have appeared ? I haven't done any test nor do I show any serious symptoms for covid.  how should I proceed pls doctor 🙏
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Covid cannot be ruled out
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covid test to be done RTPCR consult online with detailed history for proper evaluation and management
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Plz go for rtpcr for precaution
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Greetings According to the symptoms stated by you first of all it will be rarely related to APLA that you got diagnosed with in your pregnancy that too only once It is difficult to rule out covid without the tests being done
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Review for an online consult after getting the tests done either COVID Rapid antigen or RTPCR
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Steam inhalation twice a day can be done Avoid spicy oily foods
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