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Pregnancy with throat infection
Am pregnant and have throat infection ..I get left throat infected every 3 to 4 months if I drink water...and then take antibiotics.. However as m pregnant what home remedies shall I try to get rid of throat infection?
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from your symptoms it looks like you have chemical pharyngitis and antibiotics may not be the correct treatment for it. A detailed history is needed to rule out other causes.
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consult with either your Obstetrician or an ENT surgeon to rule out laryngopharyngeal reflux
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avoid / reduce intake of citric/ spicy foods including tomatoes. Warm water gargles and sips of hot water may help.
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steam inhalation warm saline gargle
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