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Sore throat after vaccine
Taken 1 course of gudcef 200 and then 2 course of cefuzact 500 for nose amd ear problem and after gap of 5 days taken 2nd dose of covaxin now on 2nd day having sore throat.i have taken 2 strepsils at the same time after that sore throat wad there and I have done betadine gargle also.
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plz stop using antibiotics frequently, take tab zerodol-sp twice for 3 days and do regular steam inhalation sir along with gargles...drink only hot water plz for few days
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Picture s needed, continue betadine gargle
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Please attach pic of your throat. Do u have acidity problem?
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It's common . Will settle in a day or 2
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If resolve within 48 hour no issues
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