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My throat scratched.
I had some food, and during swallow it, I scratched my throat. Now I am getting cough, nd feeling itchy. In swallowing time also giving pain.
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  Do not need to take any medicines. It will get better on its own. Just have soft diet. Avoid too much oily and spicy foods. Voice rest is necessary.  Take plenty of fluids. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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It is likely that the food caused a form of trauma to the alimentary tract. At present these following steps may help: - Avoid spicy, oily, deep fried and junk food - Have a liquid diet of soups and juices and slowly increase the consistency based on how you can tolerate the food - Do salt water gargle with lukewarm water 3 times a day If the problem persists or worsens visit the ENT at the earliest
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Rest. Get plenty of sleep and rest your voice. Drink fluids. Drink plenty of water to keep the throat moist and prevent dehydration. Try comforting foods and beverage. Warm liquids — broth, caffeine-free tea or warm water with honey — and cold treats such as ice pops can soothe a sore throat. Gargle saltwater. A saltwater gargle of 1 teaspoon. Gargle the solution and then spit it out....
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