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Redness in throat and high fever
I am having high fever since Monday and there is redness in my throat. Doctor suggested me augmetin 625mg, dolo 650 mg, aciloc 150mg, and monticop. After taking these, fever come down to 99 but there is pricking sensations in my throat. Its causing painful swallowing of saliva also and it is feeling like swollen from inside and nasal congestion is also there. There is no problem of cough. I have taken blood test, report shows absence of malaria, dengue, typhoid. PS - I had been covid positive also in the end of April. Kindly suggest please
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Just add betakind mouth gargles to the above treatment atleast 3 times a day ... And add a probiotic in the meds ... U shd be fine
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Due to infection or antibiotics there is a possibility of any ulcers to come up in the throat that can cause pain while swallowing. Take frequent sips of water to reduce the pain. Consult the doctor for an antacid syrup.
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