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Sevee throat pain

I started with 1 erythrocin 500 Yest night but my throat pain has only worsened since this afternoon. Have tried salt water gargle, honey, warm water, tea, hot soup etc.. No doctor is available for a quick consultation. Im not able to sleep at all due to difficulty in swallowing. What should I do for immediate relief??
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Dr. Gaurav S. Roy Nashik | ENT/ Otolaryngologist
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Plenty of warm,hot fluids. Salt water gargles 2 hourly Tablet. Calpol 650 three times a day after meals(8hourly) till u see a doctor
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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In most cases, antibiotics will quickly wipe out the bacteria causing the infection. In the meantime, try these tips to relieve symptoms of strep throat: Get plenty of rest. Sleep helps your body fight infection. If you have strep throat, stay home from work if you can. Drink plenty of water. Keeping a sore throat lubricated and moist eases swallowing. Drinking plenty of water also helps prevent dehydration. Eat soothing foods. Foods that are easy on a sore throat include broths, soups, applesauce, cooked cereal, mashed potatoes, soft fruits, yogurt and soft-cooked eggs. You may even want to puree foods in the blender to make them easier to swallow. Very cold foods such as sherbet, frozen yogurt or frozen fruit pops also may be soothing. Avoid spicy foods or acidic foods such as orange juice. Gargle with warm salt water. gargling several times a day can help relieve throat pain. Use a humidifier. Adding moisture to the air can help ease discomfort. Moisture keeps mucous membranes in your throat from becoming dry and even more irritated. Choose a cool-mist humidifier and clean it daily, because bacteria and molds can flourish in some humidifiers. Saline nasal sprays also help to keep mucous membranes moist...Consult physician for further help.
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