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Oral Cavity Burned by Boiled water
Dear all, yesterday I drank boiled water from insulated bottle. I did not gulp it but kept in mouth for seconds. As soon as I realised I threw up the water. Since yesterday all skin of mouth is burned. It's paining. Body pain, feverish and got medicines - Combiflam, antiseptic dologel, pantoprazile, suspension for aluminium hydroxide, mouth wash and montelukast/levocitrisine. Started drinking only fluid. Today morning I had terrible pain in my mouth. I had shivering and fever too I took Combiflam and went away. Again afternoon I got slight fever and shivering. Is my medication okay? I also keep good oral hygiene? Do I need antibiotics? You advice would be really helpful. Thanks
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Lignocaine gargles thrice a day and chlorhexidine gargles thrice a day.
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Dologel local application  in the mouth will relieve pain..have plenty of fluids...antibiotics are better to be taken Start tab.metrozyl 400mg thrice daily for 7 days... Consult if fever or wound gets infected..u see white pus inside
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Zytee rb gel and more details and treatment consult online
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