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Frequent throat infection
I suffer from frequent throat infection. In last six months I have had to take thrice antibiotic course. Is anything wrong I'm doing which is causing me frequent infection. What can I do to get my immunity strong.
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Dr. Gladson Guddappa Uchil
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problem is in your nose which is not doing its job to filter the inspired air. This means that infections are getting past your nose and reaching the throat to keep troubling you!
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Dr. Parveen Chawla
Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Specialist 17 yrs exp Faridabad
dear in a year 7-8 infections of throat are normal ,but you can avoid the frequent infections in the mouth by taking iron rich diet .,this will produce the mucus layer in the gut which oppose the bacteria to enter in to your body ,in turn leads to immunity
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Dr. Harsha
General Physician Bangalore
Hello there...I can understand your concern. Recurrent upper respiratory tract infections can occur in individuals who are prone to allergies or immunocompromised like diabetes, hiv. You will need detailed clinical examination and further investigations. So kindly consult a Ent specialist for further evaluation.
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